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Draymond Green said he feels the attitude of Kevin Durant changed after the 2017 NBA Finals.

The big man of the Golden State Warriors believes Durant changed when LeBron James was still being considered the best player in the NBA after the 2017 Finals.

“We win a championship, Kevin wins a Finals MVP, he – in my opinion – got the best LeBron that series, I mean, Kevin was f***ing rocking. After that, it was kind of that moment where Kevin should be the best player in the NBA right now because of what he just did to LeBron. You turn on the TV the next day and the f***ing headline is: LeBron James is still the best player in the world?

You got Stephen A., you got all these people debating it and everybody still said LeBron James is the best player in the world. That’s when I kind of felt like it took a turn and then we came back for the 2017-2018 season and Kevin just wasn’t as happy.

He wasn’t like, ‘Steph, you do what you do. Klay, do what you do’. All of a sudden it was like, ‘F*** why is Steph shooting this shot or f*** he ain’t passed the ball or f*** why is Klay shooting this shot or f*** why didn’t he pass the ball?’

And I’m just sitting there like, ‘Yo, that’s the same Klay and Steph I’ve always played with’… And I know those two guys and they’re definitely not looking you off.

They may not see you because they got tunnel vision at times, which all scorers do … but they ain’t ever gonna look you off. I’ve been playing with them since I came to the league. That’s just not who they are,” Green said during his appearance on the All the Smoke podcast.

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