• Ryan Tippett

Kevin Durant Is The Most HYPOCRITICAL Human to Walk Earth

Updated: Apr 27, 2020

ESPNs documentary series "The Last Dance" has brought out many opinions and stories about MJ and the Bulls, but none more infuriating than Kevin Durants. Most people choose to forget Jordans two year stint with the Wizards from 01' to 03', I am not one of those people. I'll always get to claim that the greatest player of all time once suited up for my team and I don't give a damn how bad those teams were, it certainly wasn't because of Michael. Maybe this is the moment we can throw some shade at Kwame Brown as if he hasn't gotten enough of it over the last 20 years. But I'll be happy to pile on anyway. Complete disaster of a human being. Averaged a whopping 4.5 points a game his rookie year after being drafted #1 overall and was a complete and utter headcase. The Wizards were the second most-watched team in the NBA during MJs time in D.C. and he did his part to deliver. Enough ranting, I just had to speak my piece on that. Everyone around the area knows about KD, a local guy who grew up in PG and went to National Christian before heading to Montrose his senior year. Somehow winds up as a Texas Longhorn and then gets drafted to the Seattle Supersonics and the rest is history. But what people may not know is he executive produces a show on ESPN entitled "The Boardroom" which is a complete rip off of Lebrons "The Shop" on HBO, just a more boring version. On his show he explained what inspired him the most about Jordan.

"I know all of the championships and all that stuff. I would never disrespect or discredit those, but for me personally, when he decided to come and play in my hometown I just felt so inspired." What the hell? What did he just say? Did he just say the most inspiring part of Jordans career was when he came to DC? This was the same exact guy who wouldn't even grant his hometown team a MEETING during free agency. This was a quote as to what his "thought" process was during the time of his free agency, "I don’t want to open up anything in the past, but I really just didn’t want to play at home." This is the most hypocritical garbage I've come across. It's infuriating. On one hand you say how inspiring it was for MJ to come to DC and how available he was to go see but on the other you wouldn't even grant the organization in your hometown the decency to pitch for your talent? I must be missing something here because it literally makes no sense. None.