PoundTown wrote:People can feel however they want, but dude is the insecure type who can't look himself in the mirror. He won a championship, yes two, but he never did what we just saw Kawhi do, what Lebron did against the Warriors, what Dwayne Wade did first championship, or what Dirk did. He will never be as great as those guys. He put himself in a situation where it was very hard to lose. I do, to some extent, understand why he had a hard time playing with Westbrook. If Westbrook could have tried to get KD going more than get himself going, maybe Durant gets himself one real one.
He's just extremely delusional about everything.
He would have gotten a lot less flack if he joined the Celtics or the Spurs in 2016 but he chose to join a 73 win team that he was on the verge of defeating just weeks prior.
It's like he doesn't understand why he's not satisfied. He's not satisfied because he expected to be praised and glorified after he became a champion, but many fans won't give him that recognition because he took easiest route possible in NBA history.
Then he acts like an insecure child throwing a tantrum debating 12 year olds on Instagram over stuff like this.