Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Kevin Durant has been back on social media. Guys, I don't know. I'm gonna look here at the tweets. Chris Broussard of Fox Sports was talking about whether if the Warriors win the title without KD, does that diminish his two rings? Kevin Durant came in their first. He tweeted a little exhilarating exaggeration There, My worst nightmare. Are you sure that the worst I can get someone responded to him? Calm down. I know you're sensitive because you're right. Let me chill before my sister. Tentative negativity flares up, guys. What do you think of the fact he's also been all over Peoples? G comments. He's been in the comments on like four Instagram's. I've seen this. Well, um, you know what? I like the fact that he's kind of defending who uses the parson, but there's no place for this right now. You're not on the basketball court, your distraction to your basketball team. I think that this is something that has to come from higher management to really kind of ask him and all the players toe calm down with tweets and let's focus on winning another championship. Do whatever you want to do in free agency do whatever you want to do when the season's over. But right now we're trying to three peat, sometimes just saying nothing is saying something. And I think, you know, Kevin gets so so involved in this social media stuff that he just goes overboard and I dont know what we want. Championship back in the day and I know same with Scotty and the Bulls. There was a three month period where we said there was nothing that we were gonna focus on but basketball. And I think right now when he's out of the game, sort of speak with the injury he starts focusing on other things is no place for it because it is a distraction to his teammates and the rest of the guys. Listen, forget about social media. Stay off of them. You don't need it. They're not naked saying to you, There's going effectual legacy and what you've done, You want to championships. They can't take that away from our stay off of it. What do you think? Your old coach, Pat Riley. Oh my God, he would probably. Our goals are everything. There's no way we have been told everything.