Chris Broussard speaks out for the final time about his Twitter feud with Warriors’ Kevin Durant
Ever since joining the Golden State Warriors back in 2016, All-Star forward Kevin Durant has been heavily criticized by the media. However, he hasn’t backed down from any negative statements publicly thrown against him. He recently had a Twitter feud with Fox Sports’ Chris Broussard, where he questioned the credibility of the veteran journalist after posting a question on Twitter, asking fans this; “If Warriors win title without KD, does that diminish his 2 rings?”
The Warriors forward responded to this with a Twitter post of his own, saying “I see a little exaggeration there buddy, my worst nightmare?? U sure that this is the worst that it can get???”
Things got a little overblown when Broussard said on Wednesday’s episode of “Undisputed” that he and Durant have been texting for two-three hours straight.
The reigning Finals MVP again responded to this on Twitter, saying Broussard doesn’t have his number.
Now it seems that Broussard has no intentions of letting this escalate any further, as he posted this on Twitter.
On @kdtrey5 situation:
In the past year, I have 60+ IG & Tw DMs from KD, mostly from 3 convos initiated by him spanning 5+ hrs each.
I won’t expose them out of respect 4 KD & others I text with.
I will continue to love, respect & pray for KD – & objectively analyze his game. pic.twitter.com/PBJwG67YKa
— Chris Broussard (@Chris_Broussard) May 23, 2019
From the looks of it, it seems that Broussard no longer wants this feud to continue any further, and up to this point, Durant hasn’t responded to this either.
Durant hasn’t played for the Warriors since Game 5 of the Western Conference semi-finals series against the Houston Rockets. There are still no reports on whether he will be back for Game 1 of the NBA Finals next week.
But he’s found a way to keep himself busy this week.