Published: Fri, December 07, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Kevin Durant Rips 'Toxic' Coverage Surronding LeBron James

Kevin Durant Rips 'Toxic' Coverage Surronding LeBron James

Kevin Durant made his case as the new No. 1 in the NBA hierarchy with back-to-back NBA Finals MVP awards in 2017 and 2018, but he still hasn't dethroned James - and that might be bothering the Warriors star.

Per Nick Friedell of ESPN, Durant admitted that he's interested in owning a team someday, noting he would be especially intrigued if it was in Seattle - the city he first played in when he entered the National Basketball Association. Which, I think, he deserves way more credit for switching his game. "It won't be easy because it's Seattle", said Durant.

"But more so than anything, I love basketball, I love being around players, I love seeing different types of players, I love just seeing the progression of a player".

"Especially when the attention is bullsh- attention, fluff", Durant continued.

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Regardless, Wall is the latest name to join the likes of Kawhi Leonard, Kemba Walker, Klay Thompson and Khris Middleton as reported players the Lakers want to team up with James. It's not LeBron's fault at all; it's just the fact you have so many groupies in the media that love to hang on every word. And that's not going to stop the conversation about it. "Any opportunity that comes around where I could become [part of] an ownership group or a front office or anywhere I could just help the team as of right now in my life I would go for it, but who knows what will happen at the end of my career?"

"You can never try to make up your mind and know what you're going to do ahead of time. If you're a strong enough personality, you can handle it". Things have changed and now they're looking to pair James with five-time All-Star John Wall and Lonzo Ball could be a casualty of that trade. Ariza said. "I can see why they would want to play elsewhere". The past several days have featured criticism from the aforementioned three players aimed at LeBron.

Lakers coach Luke Walton said he didn't read the Bleacher Report story but defended James, calling him an "incredible teammate".

"He's very unselfish. He's won multiple championships with other superstars", Walton said. "He's a victor and he's an incredible player and he's unselfish".

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