You had to know this was coming.
Last week, Kevin Durant responded to reports that the Los Angeles Lakers are his "primary objective and landing spot" should he choose not to re-sign with the Oklahoma City Thunder this summer by saying that the generator of those reports — ESPN commentator Stephen A. Smith — hadn't spoken to him, his family or his friends on the matter, and that Smith was "lying" and "making up stories."
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Smith offered a response of sorts via Twitter on Friday. He said that he never claimed he'd spoken to Durant, any members of his family or any of his teammates about Durant's free agency, reaffirming that he'd "heard from folks I know" that "the cities" Durant would consider if he chose to leave OKC were Los Angeles, Miami, Washington, D.C., and New York, and it was both false and "totally uncalled for" to say that he was lying.
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