Haynes did not specify when this shift occurred, but sa…

Haynes did not specify when this shift occurred, but said it was after the courtside spat with Draymond Green in November. “After the Draymond stuff went down and then the New York Knicks chatter started going haywire, Durant just stopped talking,” Haynes said. “He felt like if he said something, it would give a lot of credence to people saying he’s only thinking about free agency. You would see Durant leaving the arena by himself and entering the arena by himself and really not speaking to anyone.”
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