Stephen Jackson: 'I have no respect' for Kevin Durant's Twitter behavior

Stephen Jackson: 'I have no respect' for Kevin Durant's Twitter behavior

Oddly, Durant replied from a third person's perspective and said: "He didn't like the organization or playing for Billy Donovan". The Warriors are expected to be even deeper and stronger than a year ago, and Durant - who made the transition look fairly seamless last season - will likely have an even easier time adjusting to the team that many consider the sole contenders to win the championship. Oklahoma City Thunder is the best and most professional organization in the National Basketball Association and got the craziest fans.

Durant apologized for the tweets on Tuesday, calling them both "idiotic" and "childish", and admitted to being so embarrassed by his actions that he hadn't eaten or slept in two days. "That was just me being a total [expletive] idiot".

"I don't think I'll stop engaging with fans", Durant said. I own up to it. "Everybody else was telling me to relax, to snap out of it, but I was really, really upset with myself more than anything". "I happened to take it a little too far", Durant said while speaking on a TechCrunch panel before apologizing for his errant tweets. To the contrary, Westbrook was finally able to play his brand of basketball producing his best career stats to date and led the Thunder back into the playoffs.

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It's been more than a year since then. The Warriors era continued.

Although it ended in a disappointing first round exit at the hands of James Harden and the Houston Rockets, the Thunder come into the regular season riding somewhat of a high. The Paul George one is here.

Yet, with comments like these so pervasive, it doesn't seem like that long ago when Durant packed his bags. At least we know now that there really are no Kevin Durant fans left since The Decision, and all the ones we see out there are most likely just Kevin himself.

And yet, Durant's words called out his former coach, his former organization, even his former teammates, including the six non-Westbrook ones who remain on this roster from 2015-16. "So, I'll just leave it alone".

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