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Chris Broussard responds for the final time on the Kevin Durant drama


Once upon a time, Kevin Durant was known as one of the most beloved and nicest guys in the NBA. But after his controversial move to join the Warriors back in 2016, he has become heavily criticized from the media and the fans for his cowardly move, which made him one of the most hated players in the NBA and often got him involved into arguments with the media.

Most recently he got into a Twitter feud with Fox Sports analyst Chris Broussard, as he went into him and questioned his journalistic credibility after Broussard sent out this tweet:

“If Warriors win the title without KD, does that diminish his 2 rings?”

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Kevin Durant didn’t hold back and responded with his own tweet:

“I see a little exaggeration there buddy, my worst nightmare?? U sure that this is the worst that it can get???”

Things went further when Broussard went on the FS1 Show “Undisputed” and talked about the situation, saying that he and Durant have a relationship and texted numerous times for hours. Durant decided to respond again, saying that Broussard doesn’t have his number.

But Broussard decided to be the bigger man and end their beef by posting a video on his Twitter saying this:

It seems that the veteran reporter has decided to end this, as Durant can now continue to focus on his rehab and try to get ready for the NBA Finals, instead of trying to defend himself from any criticism on social media.

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