Golden State Warriors All-Star power forward Draymond Green says he “found out when everybody else found out” in regards to star Kevin Durant signing with the Brooklyn Nets in free agency.

Durant announced on his “Boardroom” Instagram page he was leaving the Warriors to sign with the Nets. Green had no problem with how Durant handled his departure from Golden State.

“It’s my life, like, am I supposed to come to you and A) let you know that that’s what I wanna do, or B) ask you for permission? No,” Green told Rachel Nichols of ESPN. “And so I found out when everybody else found out, which is exactly how it should be.”

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Kevin Durant signed a four-year deal with the Nets. The Warriors executed a sign-and-trade with Brooklyn and acquired All-Star point guard D’Angelo Russell.

The Warriors’ new Big 3 of Stephen Curry, Draymond Green and D’Angelo Russell has their work cut out for them next season. The Western Conference is going to be a blood bath in 2019-20 and Golden State will be without Klay Thompson for a big chunk of the season while he rehabs his ACL tear.

The Warriors are obviously going to miss Durant’s services, but it’s time to move on from KD. Green and the Dubs have bigger fish to fry now that Durant is gone and Thompson is injured.