Swift21 wrote: Best2EverDoIt wrote:
Actually that made plenty of sense. You not agreeing with it is your problem.
Of course it made sense to you. Just not to anyone outside of your fanbase.
You don't need to be a Warriors fan to accept he needed to get out of OKC.
The coaching sucked and Presti couldn't find shooting to save his life.
KD's final year there they had no one that could space the floor besides KD and Serge Ibaka.
Yet they were up 3 to 1 against the Warriors and he was one of the main reasons that OKC wasn't able to close that series out.
It made no sense for him to leave OKC to join the 73 win championship favorites who already had THE guy in Steph. If he's supposed to be the best player in the world (in his mind) then he should have gone after his legacy and try to win one with him being THE guy.
Want to leave OKC because of the coach, Russ, or whatever the reason, then there were other choices that would have kept his legacy intact while having a great chance at winning a championship. The Spurs and Clippers, for example, were able to sign him. They had great coaching and a more than respectable team ready for KD to lead to the promise land.
He left the Warriors because of his legacy. He didn't join the Clippers or Lakers this past off season to join Kawhi or LBJ and AD because he's trying to repair his legacy. Unfortunately, it may be too late for him to repair it.