Durant drew attention for his social media use again on Monday after he liked a comment that described reigning NBA MVP Russell Westbrook as "the problem" when the two were Thunder team-mates.
KD sure is living up to that nickname, especially after the Warriors star was seen on Instagram "liking" a very curious comment. Or maybe it was all just an "accidental like".
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The original post highlighted Durant's advice to Milwaukee Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo in which Durant drew on his experience in OKC. KD lost interest in playing with OKC because he finally realized that they weren't going to win with the subpar squad they had. Last year, Durant was exposed for having burner accounts on Twitter and Instagram that he used to defend himself against trolls from time to time. "They had a good ass team", which was then liked by Durant's account.
Is it possible that Durant was perusing social media and "inadvertently" tapped that small empty heart next to an anti-Westbrook comment?