“I thought everything he said was PATHETIC” Skip Bayless rips apart Kevin Durant for his comments made on supporting cast

“I thought everything he said was PATHETIC” Skip Bayless rips apart Kevin Durant for his comments made on supporting cast

Skip Bayless and Kevin Durant

In his recent Interview with Chris Haynes, Kevin Durant opened up about his trade request and his team’s struggles this season. Durant clarified the reason for his trade request and his dissatisfaction with the Brooklyn Nets organization. However, what stood out in the interview and drew the attention of the public was his comment about his current teammates.

‘Undisputed’ co-host Skip Bayless completely ripped Kevin Durant for his comments about his Brooklyn Nets’ teammates. He remarked, “I thought the shot he took at the starting lineup at Sacramento was completely unnecessary and ultimately pathetic.” Skip did not hold back on his criticism of Durant, though he has been one of the voices calling Durant the best player in the world for the past few years. He continued, “I thought every thing Kevin said was pathetic I thought his comments about why he demanded a trade were pathetic I thought his comments about leadership were contradictory and pathetic.” 

In the interview with Chris Haynes, Durant got brutally honest about his team roster and championship expectations with the team. He said, “Look at our starting lineup. Edmond Sumner, Royce O’Neale, Joe Harris, [Nic] Claxton and me. It’s not disrespect, but what are you expecting from that group?” Perhaps Kevin isn’t wrong about the depth of his squad to win a championship. He also explained that the net’s expectations from the squad after Kyrie is out with suspension are bogus. “You expect us to win because I’m out there. So if you’re watching from that lens, you’re expecting us to play well because No. 7 is out there,” remarked Durant.

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Kevin Durant and the Brooklyn Nets beat Portland Trail Blazers to win their 7th game of the season

Kevin Durant
Kevin Durant

Kevin Durant and the Brooklyn Nets defeated Western Conference’s top-seed Portland Trail Blazers to secure their 7th win of the season. Royce O’Neale tipped the ball in with 0.7 seconds left to secure the win for the Nets and a triple-double for himself. Ben Simmons finally had an impact on the game and scored 15 points before getting fouled out. After the game, Simmons called out his critics and said, “People make it seem like I had a sprained ankle or something. I came back from back surgery, that’s not easy. I’m getting there.”

As usual, handling the offense from the Nets was Kevin Durant. He scored 35 points to lead the Nets in scores. Yuta Watanabe scored 20 points behind Durant to help the team with the offense when Kyrie Irving is out. Durant has been averaging 30.6 points this season and has been carrying most of the Nets’ load. He has been active on both ends of the floor, which Durant would want to preserve come playoff time. However, the lack of offense and length on the roster has forced Durant to take up bigger roles.

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