Kevin Durant Disrespects Kyrie Irving While Responding to Glen Davis Threatening Kyrie Irving for Stomping on Celtics Logo

The fallout from Kyrie Irving disrespecting Celtics logo has been larger than expected, with surprising voices chiming in. First it was Kevin Garnett who criticized Irving, and now Glen Davis aka Big Baby chimed in with his thoughts on the situation.

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In a viral post on Instagram Glen Davis said Kyrie Irving could get hurt for what he did. Kevin Durant responded to Glen Davis threatening Kyrie Irving for stomping on Celtics logo with a bunch of laughing emojis and two simple words, “N**** please”. The strange thing about that response is that Kevin Durant disrespected Kyrie Irving in the process of defending him, which will we show you below.

Kevin Durant Disrespects Kyrie Irving While Responding to Glen Davis Threatening Kyrie Irving for Stomping on Celtics Logo

It was only about a few weeks ago when Kyrie Irving went on an emotional rant about black people using the N-word after he almost fought Dennis Schroder for using the word. You could argue that Kevin Durant is disrespecting Kyrie Irving by using that word on social media for the masses to see. It shows there is a disconnect in the philosophy between them on a personal level.

Kevin Durant Disrespects Kyrie Irving While Responding to Glen Davis Threatening Kyrie Irving for Stomping on Celtics Logo

You have to wonder what will go through Kyrie Irving’s mind when he sees his teammate and good friend using the same language that made him so angry.

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Will Kyrie Irving appreciate Kevin Durant using the N-word to defend him? Or will he take it as KD not caring what he thinks?

Author: JordanThrilla Staff

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