After sending out a reply to fan's tweet last Sunday where he lashed out on former head coach Billy Donovan and the whole Oklahoma City Thunder, Kevin Durant apologized in USA Today Sports for his Twitter comments on Tuesday.

After the tweet was sent, all of social media erupted and negative comments started bombarding Durant. Kevin Durant played the first nine seasons of his NBA career with the Oklahoma City Thunder and he was coached by Billy Donovan for one season.

Kevin Durant's journey in the NBA

Kevin Durant was drafted second overall by the then-Seattle Supersonics -- and now Oklahoma City Thunder, in the 2007 NBA draft. Since then, the 28-year old forward from the University of Texas at Austin has had a remarkable career.

He is a one-time NBA champion with the Golden State Warriors, a move that caused him to be criticized by millions of NBA fans.

Durant had received a number of awards and dozens of accolades in his 10-year NBA career. Most notably, he was named the Most Valuable Player during the 2013-2014 NBA season, the Rookie of the Year in 2008, the 2017 NBA Finals Most Valuable Player and the 2012 All-Star Most Valuable Player.

He is an eight-time All-Star, a four-time NBA scoring champion, seven-time All-NBA team member, and a member of the 2007-2008 All-Rookie team.

Kevin Durant has, also, been a big-time scorer throughout his career; he has led his teams offensively and even hit some big shots late in a number of games. Durant averaged 27.4 points, 7.0 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 1.2 steals, and 1.0 blocks per game with the Oklahoma City Thunder.

His scoring output took a slight dip when he played with the Golden State Warriors in the past season, but this slight scoring average drop made him a better all-around player.

He averaged 25.1 points, 8.3 rebounds, 4.8 assists, 1.1 steals, and 1.6 blocks per game.

Kevin Durant averages 27.2 points, 7.2 rebounds, 3.8 assists, 1.2 steals, and 1.0 blocks per game. He is widely considered, by many, to be one of the greatest small forwards of all time.

Apologies for the tweet

During an interview with USA Today Sports on Tuesday, Durant told the newspaper that he had already spent an apology letter to his former coach Billy Donovan.

Kevin Durant also said that he is ready for all the backlash that would come his way for the tweet he sent.

Durant said that his comments made him a 'total idiot.' He also said that he had a hard time moving on from the fact the people are still criticizing him for the move he made, Durant also pointed out that he had some sleepless nights thinking about the matter at hand.

Kevin Durant had an excellent career with the Oklahoma City Thunder. The team and the organization helped shape him to be the player he is today but failed to bring him a ring.