Uitgejouwde Durant wins with Golden State’s old club
Kevin Durant has Saturday an important contribution to the victory of the Golden State Warriors against his old club Oklahoma City Thunder.
The 28-year-old star player, who for the first time since his transition by the end of 2016 returned to Oklahoma, was by the hometown audience booed, but it was nevertheless, top scorer for his team with 34 points.
The victory went with 130-114 to the Golden State Warriors, who are at the top in the Western Conference.
“I was booing even louder expected,” said Durant after the end against ESPN. “If you’re one of the men who is reviled, then you should maybe just embrace it.”
The match got Durant still have to stick with Russell Westbrook (see video), the player that he was for many years a to team was at Oklahoma City Thunder.
Westbrook yelled, reportedly, “I’m coming” towards Durant after Durant a note had been made. After the two multiple times in the collision came, had the referee intervene.
Durant, who for eight seasons played in Oklahoma, signed last year a commitment for two seasons with the Warriors, where vedettes Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson under contract.
In 2014 he was elected as the MVP as the most valuable basketball player of the season.