Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant apologizes for 'idiotic' OKC Thunder comments

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The problem - he forgot he was using a fake Twitter account he created to hide his identity.

Because the tweets critical of Donovan and Durant's former Oklahoma City Thunder teammates were written in third person, many have speculated that he was attempting to argue with a fan through a separate account in which he could pose as a mere basketball fan.

Earlier this week, Durant was caught out defending himself on Twitter on what was likely meant to be a burner account.

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"His roster wasn't that good, it was just him and Russ (Russell Westbrook)".

While the words weren't supposed to be released from his primary count, they were ... prompting Durant to take ownership of his mistake on Tuesday.

"Kevin Durant", Jackson said.

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Video from a TechCrunch event in San Francisco Tuesday shows Durant apologizing for the tweets, saying "I happened to take it a little too far", and calling the criticisms both "childish" and "idiotic". I got a good laugh out of it. I do regret using my former coach's name and the former organization I played for. "I apologise for that".

Draymond Green knows a little bit about social media snafus, which is why he said he got his laughs in with Kevin Durant this week. "I was just on there talking".

"I don't think I'll stop engaging with fans", Durant continued.

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"I'll move on from that, it was tough to deal with yesterday".

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