KEVIN DURANT HANDLE YOUR BUSINESS

JULY 29TH 2018 | BY CSUITEMUSIC

For all the scrutiny that Kevin Durant has received since leaving OKC I say STOP the BS. This article may cost me my job and may not be agreed with by some or even most, but here it is. I salute Kevin Durant, the two times NBA champion two times finals mvp as well as a two times NBA mvp. Good for him for handling his business!

I will start with OKC who had three of the best players in the NBA in Harden, Westbrook, and Durant. OKC made a “business” decision to get rid of Harden, who is himself the MVP and doing real good things in Houston. I salute Harden. Kevin Durant staying in OKC because his “friend” was there surely would have been soft. At the end of the day it’s business right? In other words when a team owner decides to trade or get rid of a player, despite any relationship development it's just business. Shut up, accept it, get over it. GTFOH.

Ask DeMar DeRozan he knows it has nothing to do with the friendships you develop, its business. Good luck to DeRozan in San Antonio. Or ask Kawhi Leonard, he may not respond, who for the “business” of basketball was told he could play with a quad injury. Danny Green admitted he played injured as well. I salute Kawhi Leonard. Isaiah Thomas literally put Boston back on the map in the basketball world, played through personal struggles, but again “business” prevailed. Wishing IT a healthy season.

 

Kevin Durant is a trailblazer (not Portland) and has set a new standard, one in which I think is already being followed by Chris Paul whom I could have never seen leaving the Clippers. Kevin Durant is at the top of the basketball game. Follow the leader. Salute.

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