Even in the heat of the playoffs, Kevin Durant made waves on social media Monday.
The Warriors star — who famously left the Thunder for Golden State in free agency after the 2015-16 season — liked an Instagram post on Monday that referred to Westbrook as “the problem” with Durant’s Oklahoma City teams.
Durant told ESPN that he accidentally liked the comment and told ESPN there was “no story here.”
It’s not the first time Durant has stirred up social media controversy since leaving the Thunder.
Last September, he responded to a comment on Twitter criticizing his decision to leave for the Warriors and said, referring to himself in the third person, “he didn’t like the organization or playing for Billy Donovan. His roster wasn’t that good, it was just him and (Westbrook).”
In a second tweet, Durant wrote, “imagine taking (Westbrook) off that team, see how bad they were. Kd can’t win a championship with those cats.”
Durant deleted those tweets and apologized, saying he didn’t regret debating the fan but that he shouldn’t have brought Donovan or the Thunder organization into it.
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