Kevin Durant strikes back after Warriors GM Bob Myers claims Dub’s second title win with KD is “no joy.”
Kevin Durant will respond to accidental critics online, so there was no way he could ignore the shadow of his former boss.
Bob Myers, general manager of Golden State Warriors, recently claimed that the team’s second NBA championship with Durant felt like a standard feat and was not a pleasure.
“The second time with Kevin [in 2018] It felt like this: “Well, we just did what we should and did a great job,” Myers said ESPNCompare the Warriors ‘recent success to the Chicago Bulls’ title races in the 1990s and the associated burden. “It was not a joy. I am sure that many people felt different. It was not everyone’s fault. I think everything has a weight. So I am sure [the Bulls] felt the weight of everything, the weight of relationships. “
Durant has since offered a retort and commented on a Sideline Instagram post where the Warriors team celebrated its triumph in 2018 with Myers’ quote.
“Ni *** s look happy in this picture,” quipped the Brooklyn Nets striker.
Durant played three seasons with the Warriors, helping them play three consecutive NBA finals and two championships. It is also very likely that they would have been crowned a third time in a row if his injury hadn’t been in the way.