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Kevin Durant's Subtle Shots at OKC Thunder Ignore Franchise's Sustained Success

Months after the fireworks he lit with his Fourth of July relocation declaration, Kevin Durant continues to explain why he bailed on the Oklahoma City Thunder. He continues to explain despite one simple truth: The explaining of such things is a no-win proposition. Perhaps it's an effort to ingratiate himself with Golden State Warriors fans and teammates. It's the same kind of gesture he employed with the Thunder in 2008, and with the Seattle SuperSonics the year before that, and with Texas Longhorns fans the year before that, when he chose a college 1,527 miles away from Montrose Christian outside Washington, D.
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