Durant, Green Blame Warriors in Incident Contributing to Team Breakup

Kevin Durant and Draymond Green both blamed Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr and team
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Kevin Durant and Draymond Green both blamed Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr and team president/general manager Bob Myers for mishandling the fallout from the players' argument that ultimately contributed to Durant leaving the team following the 2018-19 season.

In an interview posted Wednesday on Bleacher Report, Durant and Green both said they believed that Kerr and Myers were at fault for the way they handled the players' emotional back-and-forth on the floor that spilled over into the locker room after an overtime loss to the LA Clippers at Staples Center on Nov. 12, 2018.

During the first episode of his new series "Chips," Green asked Durant how much that argument played a part in his decision to leave the Warriors.

"It wasn't the argument," Durant told Green. "It was the way that everybody -- Steve Kerr -- acted like it didn't happen. Bob Myers tried to just discipline you [Green] and think that would put the mask over everything."

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