Not gonna lie, I lost a lot of respect for KD after his decision.
@Davos Seaworth, same
@Davos Seaworth, he's being a LeBron. Leaving the city that drafted him to be a franchise player in order to win championships
@Yung Saltine Cracker, sorry but I completely disagree. Maybe that's just because I'm a big LeBron fan, but he did return to Cleveland to win a championship for them. I really think KD took the easy way out, going by the motto of "if you can't beat em, join em", instead of staying in OKC and grinding it out.
@Yung Saltine Cracker,
At least lebron didn't leave Cleveland for a team that played in the finals the past two years
@Yung Saltine Cracker, KD's decision was a lot worse considering Lebron left a team full of scrubs that was the worst team in the league the very next year for a low seed playoff team, while KD left a team with Russell Westbrook and Victor Oladipo for a 2 time in a row Finals team. I lost all respect for him honestly
@Davos Seaworth, I don't know... I think that with Westbrook, Durant, Adams and Oladipo OKC could have defeated the warriors next season. in my opinion OKC must trade Westbrook now because next year he will probably leave the team
@StoneOfTheQueenAge, imagine if it was still KD, Westbrook, and Harden. That'd be something to watch
@Davos Seaworth, Yeah totally, even if I think that OKC was relying too much on the duo Durant-Westbrook (which explain why Harden was the 6th man in the team even if he was already very good at the time)
@Davos Seaworth, try havin Dwayne wade leave the heat and being a heat fan. That shjt hurts.
@Davos Seaworth, I'm not gonna lie, I don't like his decision to go to the Warriors, but from his stand point that's his best option to win a title
@StoneOfTheQueenAge, at the time*
@Davos Seaworth, I liked KD and I liked the Warriors, I kinda hate both now :s
@Davos Seaworth, think about it... There is TOO much talent on the team now, so much that I don't think they'll make it work... KD's gonna take too much away from Curry and the other way around and I just don't think they'll mix well as a team, just my opinion :)
@Yung Saltine Cracker, Levon had no one originally though he was all alone. KD had a team that was up 3-1 in the semifinals and lost.he just scared. I am a fellow loserer of the respect for KD. He did good things for okc
@Yung Saltine Cracker, LeBron went from a team with no one around him to a team of little better of a record. The warriors were already very week established SO KD is just chasing rings. I don't see KD as a great leader, just a curry sidekick
@Davos Seaworth, LeBron left Cleveland then came back. kd leaving okc doesn't mean he won't be back
I am frustrated by the fact that he went to the team that beat him, but at the same time I don't blame him. This is his career, and he should do what he thinks would advance him the most. It's no different than any other field except that he's making far more money than the average person.
This is pretty accurate if you follow basketball at all.
Wjo da fuq is KD
Honestly thought KD meant kill/death ratio
okay so this is apparently NOT a pokemon reference.
He looks like Lee Evans.
@Zamatar , he looks like Blake griffin
@sagelanza, he looks quite a bit like Blake Griffin
@sagelanza, looks more like muggsy bouges