Brutal Caitlin Clark comparison sets off Kevin Durant to respond to fan’s criticism 

Kevin Durant and a fan have a heated clash on X.


Brutal Caitlin Clark comparison sets off Kevin Durant to respond to fan’s criticism 

Caitlin Clark and Kevin Durant

Kevin Durant was the subject of mockery on X after Caitlin Clark made headlines for avenging her last NCAA tournament loss against Angel Reese and the LSU Tigers. KD, however, wasn’t willing to let it slide as he had a clap back at the fan with his sarcastic response.

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The fan had brought up the two-time NBA Champion’s time with the Oklahoma City Thunder when they lost to the Golden State Warriors in the Conference Finals. Instead of remaining with the Thunders to avenge the defeat as Caitlin Clark did last night, he followed the proverbial path of “if you can’t beat them, join them.”

The fan, @KenHeLive wasn’t the forgetful type as he openly called out Kevin Durant after Clark “smoked” the LSU Tigers.

Awwwww Kenny…u still hurt?
Kevin Durant replied to the fan

Despite the insensitivity of his tweet, the fan wasn’t far from the truth as KD left the Thunder to join their victors, which at the time received a lot of backlash from fans and analysts alike. His time with the Dubs was trophy-laden as he helped them avenge the Warriors’ loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers and win back-to-back NBA titles in 2017 and 2018, earning himself two Finals MVP.

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Caitlin Clark and the Iowa Hawkeyes take revenge against Angel Reese’s LSU Tigers

Caitlin Clark finally got her revenge over Angel Reese as she led her number one seed team, the Iowa Hawkeyes, to a 94-87 victory over defending national champions, the LSU Tigers. The game, however, lived up to its hype, as only one NCAAW star could progress into the Final Four.

Last season, the pair had caused a frenzy on social media when Reese got the better of Clark and then made the celebration. Still, this time, it was a game where both players had a strong mutual admiration for one another and the contribution they both bring to the game.

Clark ended the game with a spectacular 41 points, 12 assists, seven rebounds, two steals, and nine three-point shots (a record for the most made career three-pointer in Division 1 women’s basketball). LSU star Angel Reese came up with 17 points and 20 rebounds. Now Clark is just two games away from cementing her name in women’s basketball folklore by winning the one thing that has eluded her: a national title.

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