Golden State Warriors superstar Kevin Durant admits talking to Stephen Curry after he made a scathing comment about under armour. In a recent interview with ESPN, Durant said, everyone seems to aim for a breakup within the players after the incident. It's not going to happen, Durant implied. Speaking to his teammate, both players agreed that they would not put the issue of branding between them.

Kevin Durant on the issue with Stephen Curry

"We were never in a bad place when I said that. So it's like we didn't have to patch anything up. ... Me and Steph, we talked about that.

He had a conversation with me about it, and I understood. We moved on," Durant told Rachel Nicols of ESPN. "We the Warriors. Everybody was trying to figure out a way to break us up, so they gonna use that too," he added.

In August, Durant made the controversial statement on the Bill Simmons podcast saying, "I don't think, a lot of kids, to be honest, they don't choose Maryland unless they play in an Under Armour system coming up.... Nobody wants to play in Under Armours. I'm Sorry. Like, the top kids because they all play Nike."

Shoe endorsement in the NBA

Kevin Durant currently endorses Nike after the brand went after him when Under Armour was about to sign him as their newest endorser. Stephen Curry, on the other hand, did not take offence to his teammate's comments saying, he's entitled to his own opinion.

"This is nothing that is going to put a wrench in the locker room. I told him that he has a certain opinion based on his experience growing up in the Nike business - he's entitled to that opinion obviously."

Nevertheless, Kevin Durant's comments did not pass without Curry's answer to the Under Armour jab. Talking to the Charlotte Observer, Curry said: "Where we were four years ago and where we are now -- you can't tell me nobody wants to wear our shoes, I know for a fact they do."

This is not the first time the outspoken MVP said something worth noting.

During Paul George's trade to the Thunders, he said, the Indiana Pacers basically gave away George. In fact, he believes that the Thunders would not have traded their players on their own, but the Paul George deal is too good to refuse.

Durant joined the Golden State Warriors in 2016 during free agency and his first championship in his first season with the team. Entering his second season with the franchise, Durant is aware of the force that completely questions why he chose to join a team that already proved its worth in the sports.