“Y’all Broke”: Kevin Durant Shuts up Haters After NBA Twitter Trolls His Legs

Published 11/23/2021, 8:43 AM EST
Nov 8, 2021; Chicago, Illinois, USA; Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant (7) smiles after scoring against the Chicago Bulls during the first half at United Center. Mandatory Credit: Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports


Kevin Durant is one of the prominent stars at the Brooklyn Nets and in the NBA. Fans have also included Durant in various debates about the best player in the league. The 33-year-old forms a formidable trio at the Nets alongside James Harden and Kyrie Irving.

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NBA fans doubling up as trolls on Twitter to make fun of NBA stars is a well-known trend. Some of these fans attempted to troll Kevin Durant on Twitter regarding his legs. Durant replied in a hilarious manner as he fired back at those accounts. He tweeted saying, “I’m bouta pull my “y’all broke” card in a second. F**k y’all”.

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NBA fan trolls on Twitter roasted Durant for his supposedly ‘ashy’ legs. A tweet highlighting Durant’s new sneakers took a left turn as trolls jumped on the thread to make light of his apparent skin condition. Durant, who speaks his mind out loud, did not remain silent as evidenced by his tweet. Oklahoma City Thunder fans have also previously trolled Durant as “the snake” for leaving them to join the Golden State Warriors.

Durant started his NBA career in 2007 with the OKC Thunder, formerly known as the Seattle SuperSonics. He joined the Warriors in 2016 and subsequently won back-to-back NBA championships in 2017 and 2018 with the franchise. The NBA named the eleven-time NBA All-Star as the NBA’s ‘Most Valuable Player’ in 2014.

Kevin Durant and the Nets defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers

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The Brooklyn Nets secured an away win against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Kevin Durant returned after a sprained right shoulder injury resulted in him missing the game against the Orlando Magic. A final score of 117-112 against the Cavaliers improves the Nets record to 13-5 for the season.

Jan 20, 2021; Cleveland, Ohio, USA; Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant (7) drives against Cleveland Cavaliers forward Larry Nance Jr. (22) in the first quarter at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. Mandatory Credit: David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

Durant led the Nets, scoring 27 points, followed by LaMarcus Aldridge with 21 points. Darius Garland scored 24 points as Lauri Markkanen scoring 22 points. James Harden scored 14 points and recorded a season-high 14 assist for the Nets. The Nets visit the Boston Celtics next as they aim to extend their three game winning streak.

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Shalom Saldanha

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Shalom Saldanha is an NBA writer at EssentiallySports. Currently pursuing his journalism degree, he has previously worked as a sports corresspondent for India Shorts/Business Upturn. A Giannis Antetokounmpo and Bucks fan, Shalom primarily got into the sport after discovering that he shared a mutual love for Arsenal with the 'Greek Freak'.

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