After announcing his decision to sign with the Golden State Warriors, Kevin Durant knew that there were going to be people unhappy with his choice. "I can't control that," Durant said, in his first press conference as a member of the Warriors. "I knew that was a part of this deal. That's just the life we live." However, after over two months of getting put through the wringer, Durant still doesn't get all the "hate comments."
After posting a brief message on Twitter, asking his followers if they worked on their game today, one person responded with the following question:
Usually, replies to a tweet from an athlete like Durant are not met with an answer, but this time KD responded.
At this point, Durant very likely can't feel a way about the hate he's received for his choice to join the Warriors. It happened. It's the past. It's time to move on. Just because Golden State has formed one of the best teams in NBA history, that doesn't mean they're going to be handed the Larry O'Brien trophy. There are 29 other teams who would love nothing more than to knock them off. Now, the real fun begins.
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