Kevin Durant of the Nets calls Jay Williams of ESPN for a story about KD, Giannis: “A fucking lie”

It looks like ESPN analyst Jay Williams and Nets star Kevin Durant are having some beef.

And it all comes from a story Williams told about Durant and Giannis Antekounmpo.

The day after the Victory of the Nets 125-86 against the Bucks, Williams recounted a time when Durant told him never to compare him to the Greek Freak. Here’s what Williams said about the encounter on “Get up” from ESPN Tuesday morning.

A few years ago we were at a holiday party and I came on this show and we did a segment where we had Anthony Davis and Kevin Durant. I said, ‘You know, if Anthony Davis and KD had a baby, the physical similarities would be like Giannis.’ I’m going to the Christmas party, Kevin Durant walks up to me and says, ‘Yo, never compare me to Giannis. Never compare me to Giannis.

I say, ‘KD, what are you talking about? I was just talking about the similarities in terms of physique, size, length. He’s like, ‘No. Never compare me to Giannis.

So when I see this match, you know what this match tells me? It’s something personal for Kevin Durant. He is the one he attacks every day. Because it was in his brain because people said Giannis was on the same level. That’s the kind of intensity you see in this rivalry.

The story was a lot of fun, right?

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Well, not according to Durant. In fact, he claimed it was completely wrong, as he said in an Instagram comment deleted since that Williams’ story is a “f-ing lie” and stated that Williams could “NEVER speak” for him.

On top of that, the 32-year-old striker took to Twitter and started an NSFW sub-tweet about Williams and told him to ‘Keep me away from all those cheesy conversations about who (sic) better. “

Needless to say, Twitter appreciated Durant’s attempts to take down Williams and mocked the analyst.

Despite all of this, Williams came back with a balanced response. On the Keshawn, JWill and Zubin ShowWilliams said he “sticks to his story.”

“I was probably wrong to share a personal story, but that’s what we do – we share personal stories,” Williams said. “It was a compliment. There are levels to that. It was about saying how different KD is. It’s unfortunate that KD is feeling that way at this point, but I wish KD nothing. other than love and all the success you can get. “

While Williams doesn’t take it out on Durant, he said there were other people who commented that he could go after another day.

So while the noise resulting from this situation is not over, it looks like Williams is preventing it from becoming an all-out feud between him and Durant.

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