OAKLAND, Calif. – Golden State Warrior striker Kevin Durant reveals to ESPN that the reason for his exit this season is due to a burning desire to be a champion.
Kevin Durant's return from a Six The game's stinginess turned out to be a brief one after the All-Star dropped the Warriors' loss to the Bucks on Thursday. The crew boss of the game said that Durant was thrown because of vulgarity against the official Tre Maddox.
"It's just my emotions and my passion for the game," said Durant ESPN after training on Friday. "After winning this championship, I learned that many things had not changed, I thought it would fill a certain [void]it did not, then I realized that the only thing that matters is this game and how much work you put in, anything but court, social media, perception, is not important What people say about how they see you is not important What we did as a team was special, and it wants to I'm experiencing my love and passion for the game has [blossomed] because I understand it's about it, and I'm pouring the whole [newfound thirst] into this game, but I know I have to keep [my fire] under control, and me
In his first game, which he had regained after a stalemate of six game days following a rib injury, Durant scored his 1
In his argument that he was foule In the first half, he was seen several times without the benefit of a whistle when he cried obscenities in the official Tre Maddox. Durant told ESPN, "I deserve this ejection, he did the right thing."
Before the start of the 2017/18 season Durant had in his first 10 years only one ejection in the league. He is up to five this season and he is two technicians away from an automatic one-game suspension.
Warriors head coach Steve Kerr texted Durant after the match on Thursday, encouraging the striker to leave him behind and move forward.  Golden State has seven games in the regular season before the postseason game. And with even more effort at that point, Durant said he'll be up there. "I'll be fine," he said. "We're trying to win another championship, so we'll play, everything will be fine."
Many have wondered what Durant has achieved throughout the season, and sometimes this question irritated the NBA finals in 2017 MVP.
"It's just part of the evolution I'm going through," Durant told ESPN. "I'll be the first to admit that I'm not perfect, I do not have all the answers, it will probably take the offseason to judge," Okay, let's find out how we can mitigate that a bit . " "But I like to share that because I only care about it," he said, pointing to the practice court.
"I love this game and will do anything to help my team Back to where we were last year, that's what I'm curious about, that's why you see that passion of mine the game and the lifestyle taken care of, now only my love is important to me the game, the purity of the game, that's me. "