We know you’ll find this hard to believe, but…Charles Barkley doesn’t agree with Kevin Durant’s decision to join the Warriors!

Barkley—the same guy who steadfastly refuses to put LeBron James anywhere near his top five NBA players of all time list, regardless of what LeBron does—made an appearance on ESPN’s Mike & Mike on Wednesday morning, and of course, he was asked to comment on KD’s recent announcement. Barkley said that he thinks KD is cheating by playing alongside Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green:

He also went on to explain exactly why he doesn’t like the move KD decided to make:

I’m disappointed like I was disappointed when LeBron went to Miami. Kevin is a terrific player and he’s a good kid, but I’m just disappointed at the fact that he weakened another team and he’s going to kind of gravy train on a terrific Warriors team. I’m just disappointed from a competitive standpoint, because it would mean more to win one—just like it meant more to LeBron to win one in Cleveland—it would mean more to Kevin to win one in Oklahoma than it would be in Golden State.

Listen, I’m not going to hate on Kevin Durant. Just disappointed, but I was disappointed when LeBron…like, I was really excited when LeBron went back to Cleveland, because I knew it would mean more to that city. If Golden State wins again, it’ll be like, 'Well, we expected to win. We just won a championship two years ago. We just won 73 games.'

Think about this, guys: Isiah Thomas, who I really admire and respect, can you imagine him leaving Detroit and going to play with the Celtics because he couldn’t beat them? No, I could never imagine. But when he beat them and won the championship, it meant more. Can you imagine the great Michael Jordan saying, 'You know what? I can’t beat the Pistons. I’m going to go play the Pistons.' No, he got more joy beating the Pistons and winning it, because when you’re the bus driver…Isiah Thomas has a great saying, and I totally agree. It’s a lot different. All these guys who are bus riders, I don’t care what they say or what they think. But I really care about the bus drivers, because on every team, there’s a bus driver. Most of those guys just bus riders.

I think it’s a scapegoat move. You can use any word you want to. I think it’s a scapegoat move to try to ease your way into a championship. And let’s be realistic: Golden State is probably going to win a couple championships in the next three or four years, just like when they put that Miami team together, they were going to win a couple championships. At some point, it’s going to work.

Barkley is entitled to his opinion, and he makes a lot of the same points that other KD critics do. But there’s another side to this coin, too. If you want to read about why people like Barkley should leave KD alone, go here.