Kevin Durant tweeted (and deleted) a response to Magic Johnson’s First Take comments | The Jump

Kevin Durant tweeted (and deleted) a response to Magic Johnson’s First Take comments | The Jump
Kevin Durant tweeted (and deleted) a response to Magic Johnson’s First Take comments | The Jump
First, though, Kevin Durant – I don’t know if you’ve heard this, but he decided to leave the Warriors for the next summer – is come out. Yet I don’t know Magic Johnson was on first take this morning. He addressed that and then also the Rams comments that number to Randstad in the magazine article recently overtime he felt like he was a little separated from some of the guys who have been drafted into the organization that it was KD on. The Warriors here is Magic on first take today, Brian this brother, Kevin Durant, is one of the greatest scorers we’ve ever seen in NBA history, absolutely NBA history. So I just want him to be happy, but I don’t know where he’s going to find it at if you can’t find it at Golden State: okay, well, just regurgitated vs! Now Durant has since deleted the Tweet, but Richard is the internet’s going to live forever. What is your real send to Kevin Durant tweeting that about magic? I think the truth. At the end of the day, it was, and everyone knows it since the wee one before you were here statement by Dre model. They had guys going to be Legends there and he showed up eight already wanted, so he always felt a disconnect, and so he can find happiness in a place where he build something similar to what he had the opportunity to do in Oklahoma City. So I don’t think that what Magic Johnson is saying is correct. There are places for him to find penis in a place where he builds something himself thanks and just be happy by the only way you could be happy if your happy yourself, like it’s not going to be because magic things you can be happy or it right. Like you have to find that from within yourself, and I think people who got to know Kevin in Golden State the last couple years like the first year, he was there, people felt like he might be okay and then he one and he wasn’t happy enough. It didn’t it didn’t get him to the place, he thought it would get him and I think that’s when all that stuff about it’ll be talked about in the magazine, article Jeremy said guys. I wasn’t that that wasn’t my team didn’t feel like. That was all true. It’S not just some random fan in the comments of Instagram one of the top players of all time coming out and talking about you, I think it’s okay, if you want to respond to that, what I like about what Kevin did this time, that I think it Is very different from when he left Oklahoma City is. He has talked about his recent outside entity, start of the pr spin answering the questions out there by interview what you guys have just said about the enumerated this, and that makes sense to me. It lets fans in a little bit on I’m why these moves happen, and he doesn’t owe that to people. But if he doesn’t want people to be critical, they have to understand him a little bit better. Did that this time – and I actually think it’s going to help with all of this as the reason we’re all sitting here saying because of him explaining himself thanks for watching ESPN on YouTube for more sports, highlights and Analysis be sure to download the ESPN app for Live streaming, Sports and premium content subscribe to ESPN, Plus
Rachel Nichols, Ramona Shelburne and Richard Jefferson react to Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant tweeting and deleting a response to Magic Johnson’s comments on First Take about KD’s perceived unhappinesswith the Golden State Warriors.
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