Kevin Durant has gotten into one other Twitter argument, something the superstar ahs has done very often recently. His opponent this time around was former NBA player Olden Polynice, because the pair had a public argument over some fake stories shared by the eighth pick within the 1987 NBA Draft.
It began when NBA veteran Olden Polynice went on to Chris Broussard’s podcast and narrated a story about how the connection between the Nets and Kyrie got ruined after Irving went over to Steve Nash’s house and told Nash to point out him the MVP stories he stole from Kobe. Seems, this was a fake story created by notorious Twitter troll ‘Ballsack Sports’.
Ballsack Sports have been making a whole lot of top-tier media fall for his or her stories and it has been hilarious to see how easily ESPN and other top media channels will report on information they got from fake Twitter accounts. Polynice did the identical but Kevin Durant decided to call him out for telling a generational lie.
For some reason, Polynice decided to double down on what he said is the reality, although everyone could see it was a fake story from Ballsack Sports. He tried defending himself within the replies while everyone was attempting to let him know he got ‘sacked’, the term fans use for people falling for Ballsack stories.
Olden’s bizarre response where he’s acting like a daily Twitter person geeking out about Kevin Durant interacting together with his tweet didn’t sit well with the fans on the app and KD as well. Polynice is a former top-10 draft pick and played 13 seasons within the league up until 2003-04.
KD decided to significantly address and dismiss what Olden needed to say in his next tweet, telling him that he is not relevant after which asking him to enjoy his retirement.
Entering into Twitter arguments with Kevin Durant is just not a situation anyone can win in. This time, Durant is fully in the suitable not less than as Polynice and other media members should be loads more careful while checking where they’re getting their news from.
Polynice going onto a serious podcast and spreading lies within the name of Kobe Bryant, Kyrie Irving, and Steve Nash was certain to get backlash. The pages that create their stories are anonymously run on Twitter, so that they cannot be actual sources of knowledge for journalists and former NBA players. In the event that they don’t do a greater job at filtering content, a whole lot of misinformation could spread from sports media outlets.