KD scoffs at his ranking among NBA's all-time one-on-one scorers


Kevin Durant is no stranger to mixing it up with reporters, fans and trolls on Twitter. The Brooklyn Nets superstar has had plenty of time on his hands since his club was swept out of the first round of the playoffs by Boston.

Durant has been the recipient of plenty of bashing, but even when high praise was sent his way, the NBA legend took it as a backhanded compliment.

 Perhaps Durant is looking at this simply for what it is, praising his one-on-one ability and diminishing his role as a team leader and player. Or perhaps he thinks he's the best player scorer of all-time.

Only Durant knows the answer to these questions and the all-time great comparisons are for the fans and media to debate and players to roll their eyes at.


Durant has been subjected to a lot of trash talking regarding his role on the Warriors back to back NBA Finals winning clubs and whether he or Steph Cherry was the true leader and number one threat to opponents.

That debate will rage on, but it's pretty clear through three games that the Warriors could use Durant as they are in danger of going down 3-1 in the finals against Boston.

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