Kevin Durant claps back at rumors that he’s checked out and so frustrated in Phoenix Suns. The way he responds is incredible!

Kevin Durant took issue with criticism that he’s checking out on the Suns’ season.

In addition to being one of the NBA’s most dependable scorers, Kevin Durant of the Phoenix Suns is also a man who is rarely wrong when it comes to responding to criticism in the press.

People within the Suns organization have observed Durant’s dissatisfaction with the way the club has performed with Devin Booker and Bradley Beal out due to injury, according to an ESPN story on Christmas Day by Adrian Wojnarowski. When Durant only managed 16 points on 4-of-11 shooting and six turnovers in Phoenix’s 128-114 loss to the Dallas Mavericks, those rumblings intensified.

With an Instagram remark, Durant did, however, indicate that he was aware of Wojnarowski’s claim and any backlash from fans. In response to a post that featured a video of a subpar defensive play versus Dallas, Durant tweeted, “Has Kevin Durant checked out?” Durant responded, more precisely, to a comment that said, “He’s starting to be in that cancer/cry baby conversation.”

Although fans and media members screencapped the comment, it has now been removed.

“Woj says somebody else ‘feels’ that I’m frustrated and it turned into me being mentally checked out. This s— crazy, these people can flat out lie on my name and make s— up and you people will believe it but when my teammates n coaches speak on how I am as a teammate, u ignore it lol.” 

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To be fair, Durant acknowledged that he needs to improve and that he is turning the ball over too often following the Mavericks defeat. Additionally, he claimed that calculating his point total was inaccurate because he also plays the role of facilitator for teammates who want to score.

Given Durant’s past, which includes demanding a trade from the Brooklyn Nets and departing the Golden State Warriors, fans and the media readily assume that he will get upset in any circumstance that is detrimental to him personally or the club.

With an average of 30.3 points per game, Durant is having one of his best seasons in nine years for Phoenix. However, the Suns are just 14–15, so it is understandable that fans would be let down by the team’s inability to field the Durant, Booker, and Beal group that was anticipated prior to the season.

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