Draymond Green Says Kevin Durant Is One of the League's Best Trash-Talkers

Brian ChenSocial Media Staff September 24, 2015

USA Today

Kevin Durant is widely known as a quiet, humble superstar. As talented as he is, the 2014 NBA MVP doesn't need any added flash, nor does he want the extra attention.

This was only proven in 2010 when he signed a five-year extension with the Oklahoma City Thunder. There was no highly publicized free-agent courting, nor was there a huge announcement—just a simple press release and a tweet.

Kevin Durant @KDTrey5

Exstension for 5 more years wit the #thunder....God Is Great, me and my family came a long way...I love yall man forreal, this a blessing!

But according to Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green, Durant is not as quiet as he seems.

When asked about the league's best trash-talkers on ESPN's The Freddie Coleman ShowGreen named the Thunder star as one of the best: "Lot of people don't know that, but if you play against him you know.

"KD makes you feel bad about yourself, that you ever decided to talk junk," Green continued. "...When he ends up with 53, there ain't much you can say back at that point."

In conclusion: quiet and humble off the court and a beast on it.

[The Freddie Coleman Show]


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