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Kevin Durant Reveals He Was More “Connected with Klay and Draymond” While Playing for Warriors, Snubs Stephen Curry

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Kevin Durant calls Klay Thompson and Draymond Green his favorite teammates on the Golden State Warriors on his latest podcast at ‘MILLION DOLLAZ WORTH OF GAME’ hosted by rapper Gillie Da King and Wallo267.

Durant played with the Warriors for three seasons from 2016-2019. During KD’s presence, the franchise was one of the most dominant teams in NBA history and won two back-to-back championships. KD played 208 games with the Warriors averaging 26 points, 7.1 rebounds, and 5.4 assists.

Despite his phenomenal career at the Warriors, Durant chose his way towards Brooklyn Nets after 2019. But it seems, he still misses his old teammates.

While playing with the Golden State, Durant had a good relationship with Klay and Draymond. He stated, “I connected with Klay and Draymond mostly.” They also act like a friend with KD. “I call him a lazy motherf**ker, we had this type of relationship,” KD continued.

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Draymond is certainly the kind of player who has a good connection with the fellow teammates. So, given the fact, Durant doesn’t play with the Warriors anymore, he still has a connection with Green.

However, it is heartwarming to see Kevin Durant put the difference aside, publicly showing his respect for the former teammates. Surprisingly Durant did not talk anything about Steph Curry.

Irving, Harden, and Durant

Kyrie Irving, James Harden, and Kevin Durant have been very influential in turning the tide for the Brooklyn Nets. Getty Images

After joining the Brooklyn Nets, Durant played only 23 games and scored 28 points on average. With his incredible performance, Durant has been carrying the Nets to the playoffs.

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