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“I’m Locked In Now, Serge Ibaka”: Having Crowned Drake’s Album as one of the Best, Kevin Durant Caves in and Listens to OKC Teammate’s Music

Adit Pujari

“I’m Locked In Now, Serge Ibaka”: Having Crowned Drake’s Album as one of the Best, Kevin Durant Caves in and Listens to OKC Teammate’s Music

Kevin Durant is a strange character. Despite all his skills, his personality is perhaps the most relatable for most fans. KD is, after all, a bitter and mean man on social media who does whatever his heart pleases. It’s something that, despite the clear pettiness, is so entertaining for fans.

In fact, not all his tweets are conflict-oriented but most of them are entertaining regardless. Recently, Durant chose to share his top 5 albums of the year. The list was impressive and included the likes of I Never Liked You by future and Her Loss by Drake and 21 Savage.

After coming across his list, Serge Ibaka decided to slyly promote his own album. The move surprisingly worked on Kevin Durant.

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Kevin Durant listened to Serge Ibaka’s album

When Durant listed his best albums of the year, Ibaka immediately swooped in and asked KD why his album wasn’t on the list. Maybe this made the Slim Reaper curious.

He listened to Serge’s album soon after his OKC teammate’s tweet. The album must have impressed him because he came back and responded by sharing a classic Shaq meme. Durant followed up by confessing to Serge that he was now locked in and listening to the album.

KD gave a light moment to Serge Ibaka who is feuding with Perkins

Perhaps this was a sweet gesture from Kevin Durant. The Superstar likely knew about the current feud going on between Serge Ibaka and Kendrick Perkins.

It all began when Perkins insulted the 6ft 10″ center by claiming he was 30 back in 2012-13 while on ESPN’s hot take. Soon after, Ibaka lashed out at Kendrick for demeaning him in this manner on national TV. He clarified his stance and accused Perkins of feeding on rumors.

At first, Perkins was apologetic and justified his statement by calling it a joke. However, he completely backtracked moments later and displayed his anger at being called out.

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Adit Pujari

Adit Pujari


Adit Pujari is an NBA Journalist and Strategist at The SportsRush. He formerly worked as a debate and writing trainer. An avid fan of Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers, Adit began following the league in 2007. With the Lakers and Boston Celtics rivalry ripe, he found himself hooked to the sport immediately. After 15 years of religiously following the league, he decided to use his knowledge base as a sports writer in 2021. Since then, he has worked as an NBA writer, led a team of MLB writers, and has now joined The SportsRush. In his spare time, Adit loves playing pickup games and exploring hidden Himalayan trails.

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