Green spat won't affect future - Durant

Kevin Durant caught on camera telling Mavs fan to ‘shut the f--k up'

Through league sources, Yahoo Sports reported that Durant told a heckler in the crowd at American Airlines Center to "watch the (bleeping) game and shut the (bleep) up". "Grown men can't come to a game and heckle grown men".

"... I think everyone's been handling it the best way they could and we're just trying to move forward with it".

Durant confronted Green earlier this month during their overtime defeat to the Los Angeles Clippers after the latter lost the ball instead of passing to him for what could have been the game-winning shot in regulation time.

But Durant, who had been in a sour mood since butting heads with Green, said he didn't view the incident as severe as everyone else made it out to be.

The drama in the Golden State Warriors' locker room seemed to be just a blip on the radar to many, but as time goes on the attitude of their stars may prove more troublesome than originally thought.

Kevin Durant caught on camera telling Mavs fan to ‘shut the f--k up'
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"And that's what I tend to focus on, but you've got so much B.S that's being thrown your way that I didn't create".

"I've read and heard all the things people are talking about - that we're choosing one person over another", Lacob told the Chronicle. "I'm just out here playing". The nine-time All-Star recently took a guided tour of the San Francisco construction site.

"That's just my whole thing. Not just me and Draymond, but I feel like just being with these guys for so long that you start to get comfortable". Now its always going to come back. Man, he didn't play well. Is he going to leave?' Why do I even have to think about that at this point? OKC's Terrance Ferguson returned from a two-game absence as he welcomed a baby, then went down at the 5:41 mark of the first with a sprained left ankle and didn't return.

"Nah, [it won't factor]", Durant said. "I'm just out here playing".

Paul George had 25 points, nine rebounds and five assists and Steven Adams contributed 20 points and 11 rebounds as the Thunder sent the Warriors to their first four-game skid in almost six years.

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