The NBA portion of the internet has made Kevin Durant their punching bag since he announced his decision to sign with the Golden State Warriors in July. 

Since Durant’s announcement, critics have vehemently lamented their frustrations toward the seven-time All-Star. His loyalty and competitive drive have been questioned more than anything.

He elected to abandon the Oklahoma City Thunder for the Warriors, who came back from a 3-1 deficit in the Western Conference Finals to beat OKC. It’s a controversial decision to make, but he did what was best for him and his career.

Now seen as the NBA’s order generic tramadol online villain, the 28-year-old forward can’t understand why people waste their energy hating on his decision.

He did everything possible with the Thunder and gave them nine incredible seasons. During his time, he won an MVP along with four scoring titles, went to the Finals in 2012, and made six All-NBA teams.

Over those nine years, he also averaged 27.4 points per game, seven rebounds, and had a slash line of 48.3/38/88.2.

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