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Warriors’ Kevin Durant responds to fan calling him sensitive

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Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant is one of the more active players on social media, and he isn’t one to back down from people who criticize him on the platform.

The two-time Finals MVP responded to a random fan who called him out for being too sensitive on Monday:

At least he didn’t use one of his burners.

Durant initially responded to FOX Sports’ Chris Broussard, who argued that if the Warriors win the NBA championship this year without KD, his two rings would be diminished even further:

This obviously didn’t sit well with Durant. As mentioned, Durant isn’t one to stay quiet when people on social media or media members say bad things about him. With that said, Durant, who is still out with a calf strain, is surely aware of all this chatter about how the Warriors don’t need him to win. Likewise, the noise of him already planning his move to New York is getting louder by the day.

Golden State didn’t miss a beat without Durant for the entire Western Conference Finals, punching a ticket to a fifth straight NBA Finals. The Warriors completed their sweep of the Portland Trail Blazers with a 119-117 overtime victory in Game 4.

Despite the talks about Durant and the Warriors’ future, they still have a chance to do something special with their group right now and make history by becoming the first team since the Lakers to three-peat (2000-02).

Currently, Kevin Durant is still going through rehab on his calf and will soon be re-evaluated to see when he can return to the court.