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“Kevin Durant would rather challenge anonymous people on Twitter!”: NBA Twitter reacts as sportswriter Frank Isola calls out $48 million Nets man for his lack of leadership

Nithin Joseph
|Fri Jul 01 2022


Kevin Durant is on his way out of Brooklyn after requesting a trade. As things heat up, NBA Twitter slams his lack of leadership!

In 2019, the Brooklyn Nets believed they hit the jackpot when they landed both Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving in free agency.

Three years later, the relationship between the organization and the two superstars deteriorated. Both KD and Kyrie are looking to find new homes.

Many Brooklyn fans were hoping that the experiment would prove fruitful. Durant was amazing as always, averaging 29 points, seven rebounds, and six assists in two seasons. Alas, all the drama surrounding the team has forced him to look for a trade.

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The whole fiasco has left many fans with a sour taste in their mouths. In fact, sportswriter Frank Isola and numerous fans on Twitter have been calling out Kevin for his lack of leadership on Twitter.

NBA Twitter calls out Kevin Durant for not challenging Kyrie Irving, as his leadership skills are questioned

The basketball world has been in a frenzy this week. Especially in New York, where bombshell after bombshell has been dropped.

It was announced that Kyrie Irving would be opting into his contract with the Nets. Then a day later, superstar forward Kevin Durant handed in a trade request.

KD’s decision to leave the Nets high and dry, as well as his refusal to challenge Kyrie for his antics, has had sportswriter Frank Isola and NBA Twitter calling out his ability as a leader!

Granted, Kevin Durant never wanted to be a leader, and would rather focus on his game. Nevertheless, you always look to your best player for leadership.

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