dhsilv2 wrote:Luigi wrote:Some warriors fans should be more upset with management over their handling of Durant here. Sure, Durant made the call to play, probably even to play so many minutes. But your coach and medical staff failed to protect him.
I mean, If a boxer is getting killed, it's up to his corner to stop the fight and save him, even if it makes the boxer angry. Athletes always want to go. It's their job to want to go. Managment is supposed to look out for the player's interest here, they have responsibilities. Frankly, it looks like some Warrior fans once again going with their hometown core, from players up to management, instead of getting the back of the guy who just sacrificed the rest of his top 10 all time career trying to get you a 3 peat.
Sorry for your loss, it's all of our loss (despite how much I've liked hating on Durant over the last 3 years, injury is where things get real).
You can get injured anytime you step on the floor. Unless you're a doctor who was working with KD, odds are you don't have half the information needed to really speak on if this was a failure by the doctors. Perhaps a medical board should be called in to see if there was malpractice here. If that is called for, I'm sure KD's team will address it. Until then this kind of speculation is either silly or down right offensive given you're effectively saying you know more than actual experts because you know...you can read news articles.
Yes, everything is 100% fine and this was totally coincidental. This take is even more naive and histrionic.
This isn't how the real world, or corporations work, or people even doing their jobs, work. There's such a thing as contributory negligence, comparative negligence, gross negligence , etc.
To let this just pass, when there's been so much lying and spin and smoke from the Warriors office, is tribalistic and ****.
Let's see an organization do this to you or your loved ones and see how much you trust corporations and people in power.