Kevin Durant signed with the Warriors in early July in a move that was good for:

A. Warriors fans
B. Fans of super teams
C. Er, nobody else

It was especially not good for fans of the Thunder, Spurs, Celtics, Heat, and Clippers, since those were reportedly the five other teams who had a (somewhat) realistic chance to sign KD this summer.

KD ultimately chose Golden State, though, and at least one opposing player is still wondering why. DeAndre Jordan, who will play alongside KD on Team USA at the 2016 Rio Olympics this summer, can't figure out why KD didn't come to Los Angeles. So he interrupted the Warriors new star as he was being interviewed after a practice on Wednesday and came right out and asked him about it. "How come I couldn’t get you to come to the Clippers?" Jordan asked.

Jordan, as you may remember, is no stranger to offseason drama, having been caught in the middle of a tug of war between the Clippers and Mavericks during the summer of 2015. He caught KD totally off guard with his question. "I don’t know," KD said. "We’ll, uh, we’ll talk about that another time. Maybe tomorrow."

Jordan then told him that he was only asking the question because a reporter had just asked him the same thing a few seconds earlier. That's when KD playfully told the reporter that it was a "bad question" and laughed about it.

You can watch the funny moment unfold in the clip above.

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