Stephen A‘s complicated relationship with Kevin Durant throughout the years | NBA on ESPN

Stephen A. Smith’s thoughts and opinions on Kevin Durant have fluctuated over the years — from praising KD’s MVP season with the Oklahoma City Thunder, to making critical comments following Durant’s decision to join the Golden State Warriors, and leading up to his latest decision to join the Brooklyn Nets in free agency.

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  1. Let’s be for real Stephen A just makes up stuff half the time. ESPN has him working 24.75 hours a day. I get why Durant calls him out cause Stephen A talks crazy about him. Stephen A can never say he keeps it real after defending Carmelo like they were in a fox whole in WW1 & 2 together.

  2. This is sounding just plain weird. Relationship? Smh. The problem is ESPN spends too much time focusing on a few athletes and a few teams. Close to being obsessed or stalking. There are 30 teams and around roughly 400 players. LEARN TO FUCKIN' DIVERSIFY!

  3. Ok it’s time espn stopped mentioning KD unless it’s positive. They ran that guy out of Golden State and tried to continuously make a super team for LBj

  4. SAS is a bitch. He went from critisizing him for the weakest move ever to sucking his dick within a month. Then throws shade at him the day after he didnt sign with the knicks. Hes such a phony.

  5. They should do this with more sports broadcasters and show how they don't know shit. They should post their prediction success/failure stats next to their names on every show. They're all about numbers they should show theirs.


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