Kevin Durant Claims Burner Accounts Were So He Could Talk To Friends
Kevin Durant has made it clear that he is not a fan of the highlight, neither is he a fan of the criticism he receives. Despite being probably the greatest basketball gamers on the earth, Durant nonetheless will get fired up about those that query him and that was obvious when he determined to go away the Oklahoma City Thunder for the Golden State Warriors. The Warriors celebrity was caught posting one thing questionable on his Twitter account, which led followers to comprehend that he meant to publish it on a burner account. Yes, that is proper. Durant had a number of different Twitter accounts that he would defend himself with.
In a brand new episode of The Boardroom on ESPN + Durant defined the burner accounts to Jay Williams and the way they have been merely a approach for him to work together together with his pals with out having his phrases analyzed to no finish.
“I wasn’t used to that quantity of consideration, , from enjoying basketball. I wished a spot the place I can discuss to my pals with out anyone simply butting in my conversations or mixing my phrases or taking every thing out of context as a result of I loved that place,” Durant defined. “I had an Instagram that I simply use for my family and friends. Like it is a cool place for me simply to be me as an alternative of worrying about Bleacher Report or Barstool mixing up something I wish to say to CJ or pals from again dwelling, ?”
You can watch a clip of the episode under.
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