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Kevin Durant Criticizes Billy Donovan, Thunder Roster On Twitter

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Golden State Warriors forward and NBA Champion Kevin Durant may have made a misstep on Twitter over the weekend.

Twitter user @ColeCashwell took to Twitter and asked Durant to “give me one legitimate reason for leaving” the Oklahoma City Thunder for Golden State.

Durant’s account responded with a third-person reply suggesting that Durant has used a “ghost” account to reply to Twitter users bashing him, although during this exchange Durant seemed to forget to double check which account he was logged in under.

Leave it to Reddit to get to the bottom of the mystery as they claim to have found Durant’s “ghost” Instagram account.

Cato goes into much more detail in regards to Durant’s Twitter behavior and even offers more evidence to prove that the account in question is indeed Durant’s.

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Knicks’ Wesley Matthews Generating Interest from ‘Multiple Teams’

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New York Knicks veteran swingman Wesley Matthews may be on limited time with the Knicks as he is generating interest from a number of teams.

According to the New York Post’s Marc Berman, the Knicks have received
“multiple inquiries” about Matthews, with the Philadelphia 76ers expected to have interest as well.

Per the report, the Houston Rockets, Toronto Raptors, Oklahoma City Thunder, and Golden State Warriors are hoping that the Knicks buyout Matthews so he can hit the free agency market.

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Warriors’ DeMarcus Cousins Confident Will Fit Seamlessly Upon Return

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Golden State Warriors big man DeMarcus Cousins isn’t worried that his return to the court, and debut with the team, will cause the team to miss a beat due to their work ethic, and team IQ.

Cousins, who ruptured his Achilles last year, was expected to return before Christmas, but is now instead continuing to rehab with the Santa Cruz Warriors in the G League.

“Of course, it will be an adjustment period coming in midseason,” Cousins said, according to Marc J. Spears of The Undefeated. “But it is a team full of high IQs, so we will figure it out. Once the ball goes up, it will figure itself out. I trust the coaching staff. I trust my work ethic and our ability to come together. We will see what happens.”

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Warriors’ DeMarcus Cousins Not Close to Return

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Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr says that center DeMarcus Cousins isn’t that close to making his return to the court, and essentially his debut with the team.

“We’re not really that close,” Kerr said of Cousins’ progress, according to Anthony Slater of The Athletic.

“I don’t want this to be about: ‘Hey, we’re right there.’ We’re not right there. It’s still going to be some time. We’re going to be patient and continue to give DeMarcus the space he needs to prepare. When the time is right, we’ll have some things planned for him.”

Golden State signed Cousins to the mid-level exception of $5.3 million during the offseason.

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