NBA Fans Are Very Upset By TNT’s All-Time All-Star Team Tweet That Completely Disrespects Kevin Durant

NBA Fans Upset By TNT All-Star Tweet That Disrespected Kevin Durant

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Fire up the burner account. Kevin Durant has been slighted on social media.

This time, however, like the time he was left off a video that called the Golden State Warriors the Franchise of the Decade, the slight is 100 percent legit.

On Wednesday, with the NBA All-Star Game coming up, NBA on TNT tweeted out a graphic asking fans to pick their all time NBA All-Star roster.

The graphic showed 25 players with five each worth 5 points, 4 points, 3 points, and so on and set a limit of 15 points for the whole roster.

For example, Kobe, LeBron, MJ, Magic, and Kareem are all worth five points, so you you are limited to picking just two of them in order to be able to complete your starting five.

Inexplicably, Kevin Durant was listed on the lowest tier, worth 1 point along with Russell Westrbook, Jerry West, John Stockton and George Gervin.

Durant, a 10-time All-Star, two-time All-Star Game MVP, four-time scoring champion, two-time NBA champion, and 2014 NBA MVP was listed below players like Carmelo Anthony, Vince Carter, Dirk Nowitzki, Dwyane Wade, Julius Erving, and Charles Barkley.

The disrespect.

As a result, NBA fans had a lot to say about Durant’s low ranking, and many opinions about who else was ranked wrong in their eyes.

Now we just have to figure out which one of the responses is really KD. Get to work, internet.