Portland’s CJ McCollum calls Kevin Durant soft, prompting Twitter fight, National Basketball Association rivalry

Portland’s CJ McCollum calls Kevin Durant soft, prompting Twitter fight, National Basketball Association rivalry

Portland’s CJ McCollum calls Kevin Durant soft, prompting Twitter fight, National Basketball Association rivalry

McCollum had the same reaction as most of the internet on the night of the signing when Golden State added another All-Star to a roster that had already won three championships in four years.

Kevin Durant has had enough.

McCollum went on to say that there was not a feud between the two. They promoted the event by calling the snake Kevin Durant.

And to officially end the conflict, Durant said this: "This is not East coast, West coast beef".

It's easy to understand the "when" in Durant's dragged out social media drama: His accounts dim during business hours (the National Basketball Association season) and then crank back up when vacation hits. Area fans may remember McCollum for scoring 30 points against Duke in the first round of the NCAA Tournament and leading No. 15 seeded Lehigh to an improbable first-round upset of the No. 2 seeded Blue Devils in 2012. You think that low of me C.J.? "It's just because I do it", Durant said, via Yahoo's Shams Charania.

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The Warriors star unleashed his frustrations with the media and "everybody running with" the things he chooses to say on social media after Team USA Basketball practice in Las Vegas on Thursday.

They were just on a podcast together and then this happened.

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"I should shut the [expletive] up, right?"

McCollum replied to a tweet from Barstool Sports, asking if it was ok to use the "b word" in reference to the Warriors superstar. I think he did a good job of giving different chapters. I respect everybody for what they do, but, like, get out the way. It's everybody's sentiments, like, 'Yo, shut up, K.D.' I'm not talking, I'm just being me. I got too many texts or I talk too much on Instagram or I talk too much on Twitter or I don't know how to talk to my teammates, or I am angry or insecure or sensitive. "So, I know you think I'm sensitive but I'm just somebody actually exhausted of holding shit in".

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