Kevin Durant chides Blazers after Game Two: “Finals?…They don’t wanna go there”

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Turns out, you don’t even have to play to be a poor sport.

After watching his team win without him, Kevin Durant congratulated his Warriors teammates in the tunnel following Game Two’s 114-111 comeback to beat the Blazers.  KD dapped Draymond Green, and ripped the Blazers, saying “Finals?…They don’t wanna go there.”

Of course, Durant is out with a calf strain, and before Game Two it was announced he will not be traveling to Portland for Games 3 and 4 of the series.

He is the two-time reigning NBA Finals MVP, and a phenomenal basketball player, but if anything, this postseason shows that the Warriors not only can win without him, but play a higher quality of basketball without him as well.

That won’t keep KD from making as many sly remarks as possible, though, in a series he has nothing to do with.  That’s par for the course for the man known as the Snake.

{Canzano: Will Blazers hear Durant’s mocking voice?}

The Blazers will look to bounce back and take Game Three of the Western Conference Finals on Saturday at 6pm from Moda Center on ESPN.

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