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Golden State Warriors fans and the rest of the basketball world react to the news that Kevin Durant is leaving the Warriors to sign with the Brooklyn Nets. Check out the gallery above to see how Golden State Warriors fans and the rest of the basketball world reacted to Kevin Durant's decision to leave the Warriors for the Brooklyn Nets. Golden State Warriors fans expressed gratitude for the three seasons that Kevin Durant played with the team as the basketball world reckoned with the news that Durant is leaving the Warriors for the Brooklyn Nets. I liked you before you were a Warrior, I loved you as a Warrior, and I will continue to support your future endeavors.
Should've worked on your skills as much as I did," Durant wrote in one of a series of tweets directed at Perkins, who is retired from the league and now works for ESPN. He is MR. Perkins' tweet prompted Marc D'Amico, a writer for the Boston Celtics, seemingly to suggest Durant was the better player for the Thunder.