The Milwaukee Bucks crowd delves into ‘f**k Kevin Durant’ chants during Game 3 as the Nets superstar takes to the free throw line.
In a must win game for the Milwaukee, Kevin Durant seemed to be a bit too out of flow/ rhythm, almost as though giving the Bucks a chance to come back in this series. This of course, is not the case as this was simply just an off game for the 2014 MVP. He did however, come back around in the second half after shooting an abysmal 2-10 in the first.
Kevin Durant’s supposed ‘dagger’ 3 was not enough to keep the Nets up at 83-80 as a series of goaltends and free throws in the Bucks’ favor led to a Game 3 victory, with the series at 2-1 currently.
With James Harden out due to a hamstring strain, Kevin Durant will surely be the linchpin in this Nets-Bucks series. Any game where KD goes off for 35 points on 55% shooting from the field is almost guaranteed to be a win for Brooklyn. The Bucks crowd seems to have realised this and tried to get in his head during Game 3.
The Milwaukee Bucks crowd yells ‘f**k Kevin Durant’ in Game 3.
Being down 0-2 will certainly bring about a different kind of fire within Bucks fans and it was clear as Fiserv arena was electric all night long. During a stoppage, the crowd delved into one of the more classic chants that you may hear from opposing arenas as they continually yelled, “f**k KD’ at the Nets superstar.
Milwaukee Bucks Fans Really Broke Out The “Fuck KD” Chants 😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/E04LU0xbLR
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Though this chant isn’t as creative as the ‘Trae Young’s balding’ from the Knicks-Hawks first round series, it’s still quite an effective one. Being told ‘f**k you’ is never an easy pill to swallow but then again, KD has had a nonchalant attitude towards crowd chants for as far as we can remember. Only this time, he wasn’t able to silence the crowd as he usually does.
Game 4 will take place in Milwaukee yet again and it’ll be interesting to see if the Wisconsin crowd yells at other players on the Nets or if they’ll target Kevin Durant for the rest of the way.