Golden State Warriors superstar Kevin Durant is currently in hot water. A couple of days ago, there were reports that Durant had several other social media accounts. He used them to defend himself against fans and criticize the Oklahoma City Thunder, his former team. So far, there are only a few NBA players who reacted to the issue. One of them is his teammate and fellow All-Star, Draymond Green.

TMZ recently caught up with Green and Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan. In the video of the interview, it was Jordan who was questioned about Durant's mishap. Jordan refused to answer and told the reporter that he should ask Green.

The Warriors forward did not say anything, though he had a good laugh.

It appears that Green found Durant's current dilemma funny, similar to Philadelphia 76ers rising star Joel Embiid. The Cameroonian big man poked fun at Durant through Twitter after the news broke out.

Enes Kanter fires back

If some NBA players are having fun with the revelation about Durant, Enes Kanter may have taken it seriously. Kanter is a former teammate of Durant in Oklahoma City. In one of Durant's tweets using his second account, he ripped his ex-head coach Billy Donovan, the Thunder, and their players who he called "cats." In a recent tweet, it appeared that Kanter responded to the Warriors star.

Kanter and Durant played together for nearly two seasons before the latter joined the Warriors in 2016. It was in February 2015 when the Utah Jazz shipped Kanter to Oklahoma City.

Durant apologizes

In a report by USA Today Sports, Durant acknowledged his mistake.

The 28-year-old Warriors forward said he is "hurt" because he knew he "affected" Donovan and the Thunder. "That was just me being a total (expletive) idiot. I own up to it. I want to move on from it. It probably hit me probably harder than what everybody (thought)," Durant added. The 2017 Finals MVP also admitted that he was just joking at first, but he "went too deep."

Durant may have apologized, but it will take time before people forget what happened this offseason.

It would be interesting to see the events that transpire when his Warriors meet the Thunder in the 2017-18 NBA season. The first game between both squads is taking place on November 22 at the Chesapeake Energy Arena. The contest is part of a four-game road trip for the Dubs in the second half of November. The Warriors swept their regular season series versus the Thunder last season.

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