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  1. #1
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    Should Durant get the blame for this lame playoffs?

    Most other great players would have been bloodlusted at Golden State for beating them, especially after being up 3-1. We'd be getting that rematch right now likely.

    But Durant, you know....

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    To all the fans who don't like the playoffs so far, he says then don't watch. Such a likable young man he is.

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    troll thread

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    Are you the same guy who said Gobert belongs in the D-League? lol.

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    No Durant shouldn't.

    The NBA Players Association should get the blame for this playoffs. They were greedy little ***** that wanted all their money right away when Silver, the rep for the PA, and the owners warned this would happen. But they pushed to not have some type of cap smoothing so this is what they deserve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warfelg View Post
    No Durant shouldn't.

    The NBA Players Association should get the blame for this playoffs. They were greedy little ***** that wanted all their money right away when Silver, the rep for the PA, and the owners warned this would happen. But they pushed to not have some type of cap smoothing so this is what they deserve.
    It was still the individual players decision to make this scenario come to fruition. It's one thing if Durant was on the Brooklyn Nets and going nowhere fast. But I don't think anyone saw this coming. A player who was up on the defending champs 3-1 and blows that lead. Just to turn around and join the team he lost to the following season. Nobody expected that. Even the players in the NBA were shocked. It's all on Durant. 100%. His lack of testicals and ability to compete is to blame. This will forever be a blemish on his record. He will never be regarded as one of the greats. Even if GS reels off 6 straight titles. He won't get credit for being a true great.

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    No

    he didn't force a trade or demanded this or not, he used his free agency power and joined a super power

    good for KD, enjoy while it is here now because this upcoming free agency could end it since we know they wont be able to max out all 4 guys with Klay/Green coming up for pretty much max extensions in next 2-3yrs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oakmont_4 View Post
    It was still the individual players decision to make this scenario come to fruition. It's one thing if Durant was on the Brooklyn Nets and going nowhere fast. But I don't think anyone saw this coming. A player who was up on the defending champs 3-1 and blows that lead. Just to turn around and join the team he lost to the following season. Nobody expected that. Even the players in the NBA were shocked. It's all on Durant. 100%. His lack of testicals and ability to compete is to blame. This will forever be a blemish on his record. He will never be regarded as one of the greats. Even if GS reels off 6 straight titles. He won't get credit for being a true great.
    Silver saw it as possible, and warned them. People knew it was possible. It's the PA's fault for pushing this hard for this. They saw money and wanted it right away. Because the older guys were in charge and they saw it as a way for one last huge payday before retiring.

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    Should Durant get the blame for this lame playoffs?

    Quote Originally Posted by LOb0 View Post
    Most other great players would have been bloodlusted at Golden State for beating them, especially after being up 3-1. We'd be getting that rematch right now likely.

    But Durant, you know....
    We were beating teams by double digits easily once Durant sat out due to injury during the regular season but go ahead and be a hater


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    Should Durant get the blame for this lame playoffs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Oakmont_4 View Post
    It was still the individual players decision to make this scenario come to fruition. It's one thing if Durant was on the Brooklyn Nets and going nowhere fast. But I don't think anyone saw this coming. A player who was up on the defending champs 3-1 and blows that lead. Just to turn around and join the team he lost to the following season. Nobody expected that. Even the players in the NBA were shocked. It's all on Durant. 100%. His lack of testicals and ability to compete is to blame. This will forever be a blemish on his record. He will never be regarded as one of the greats. Even if GS reels off 6 straight titles. He won't get credit for being a true great.
    So who gets the credit? Only Dubs Nation knows


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    Quote Originally Posted by LOb0 View Post
    Most other great players would have been bloodlusted at Golden State for beating them, especially after being up 3-1. We'd be getting that rematch right now likely.

    But Durant, you know....
    Why blame one guy for whole teams of players not putting forth the effort to be more competitive?

    Why criticize a FA for going with the best situation available?

    Not sure why people act like Durant having the balls to take the reigns of an offensive and defensive juggernaut like the Warriors and lead them to a championship, is a cowardly thing all of the sudden. Durant will go down as one of the GOATs. Have some appreciation for the game and give him respect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HandsOnTheWheel View Post
    To all the fans who don't like the playoffs so far, he says then don't watch. Such a likable young man he is.
    Which is hilarious coming from him. Quit when things aren't going your way. Perfectly sums up Durant.

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    No offense to OP but this thread is ****ing ridiculous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saddletramp View Post
    Which is hilarious coming from him. Quit when things aren't going your way. Perfectly sums up Durant.
    And 100% Lebron.

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    I still don't understand how these young fans can think this is different?!?!?!?

    Not 1 not 2 not 3 not 4, 5,6 not 7 not 8....

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