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The Golden State Warriors lost two-time NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant to the Brooklyn Nets in free agency on Sunday.

While the move itself will have wide-ranging ramifications moving forward, Durant is expected to sit out the entire 2019-20 season after suffering a ruptured Achilles in the NBA Finals.

There’s been a lot of talk that Golden State’s medical staff and front office did not handle Durant’s original calf injury in the best possible way.

In fact, the Achilles injury he suffered could have had to with KD coming back too early from the calf ailment.

Durant has been quiet on this topic since suffering the injury. He broke said silence on Instagram shortly after announcing he has signed with Brooklyn.

KD didn’t say a word. Rather, he liked a post that noted the forward will miss all of next season “due to Warriors incompetence.”

Golden State still offered Durant a full five-year, $221 million max contract on Sunday. That came one day after he met with Warriors general manager Bob Myers and now former teammate Stephen Curry.

In any event, it does appear that Durant is not happy about the way Golden State handled his injury.

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