The Nets have a 2-6 record but that’s the least of their problems.
All of this is creating a less-than-stellar situation for everyone involved, including Durant.
Love u my brother but please stop. I’m playing ball for a living, that’s really enough for me. https://t.co/QiAeoeCC5K
— Kevin Durant (@KDTrey5) November 2, 2022
One fan was feeling bad for Durant as it feels like the circumstances around the Nets are preventing him from winning another ring any time soon.
“Man I feel bad for my guy @KDTrey5 they have to get him some help man” one Twitter user said.
Durant, who loves to spend time on Twitter, responded: “Love u my brother but please stop. I’m playing ball for a living, that’s really enough for me.”
That’s a great sentiment from Durant and it’s good to hear that he’s not bothered by the situation he’s in.
However, that doesn’t mean he won’t fight hard for the rest of the season.
The Drama Around Durant
Durant seems very relaxed and calm in that tweet, accepting the entire troubling Nets situation.
But that simply isn’t how he looks or acts when he’s on the court.
Durant still plays with explosive energy and is intent on putting up dagger shots from all over the court.
The man still wants to win and that is plain to see.
Now that Nash has been fired and Ime Udoka is seemingly being hired, all fans are wondering if the Nets will turn things around.
Will fans still be feeling bad for Durant in a few months?