After he left, Durant seemed to have an icy relationship with those he left behind, including former teammate Russell Westbrook. He says he has come around, and that “me and my family didn’t erase those eight years in OKC.”
To him, it’s still a part of his fabric.
“I am OKC. I’m still OKC,” Durant told Bleacher Report. “That blue is going to be in my blood forever. That place raised me. I have people there who would take a bullet for me and vice versa. But there’s a point in a young man’s life, just like when he goes off to college, or when he moves to another city, to get a job, he’s got to make a decision for himself.
“You’ve got to make a decision that’s best for yourself and you would expect the people that love you the most to say they understand.”
For a while, it was Durant who didn’t understand. He admits he was angry when the Thunder gave his No. 35 jersey to undrafted rookie P.J. Dozier last month.
“I didn’t have that perspective at first. I didn’t have it when I went back to OKC. I was like, ‘F— all of them,'” Durant said. “I didn’t have it when they gave my number away. I was, ‘F— all of them.’ My best friend works for the
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