Golden State Warriors: Roasting the terrible photoshoot

February 15, 2017; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30), forward Kevin Durant (35), forward Draymond Green (23), and guard Klay Thompson (11) pose with their All-Star jerseys before the game against the Sacramento Kings at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
February 15, 2017; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30), forward Kevin Durant (35), forward Draymond Green (23), and guard Klay Thompson (11) pose with their All-Star jerseys before the game against the Sacramento Kings at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports /
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Kevin Durant

I believe this photoshoot means Kevin Durant’s transformation into the villain he was destined to be is complete. By posing in an uncomfortable picture, he’s fully fallen to the dark side. Not all villains wear black cloaks, some opt for the tan sweater.

To be fair, Durant’s outfit is nice. There’s nothing incredibly special about it, but there’s nothing entirely wrong with it either. Tan sweater, blue jeans that fit him (looking at you Michael Jordan), and some classic Air Jordan 1s.

But there’s just something off about the picture. The lonely seven footer, the head tilt, the soft tone of his sweater, the weird window in the corner. This one deserves to get roasted.

Kevin Durant is sad. Who made you sad Kevin?!?! Was it Andre Roberson’s face? Was it the lack of red velvet in Oklahoma City? TELL US, KEVIN!

With his hands in his pockets, Durant looks uneasy. Or disappointed. Or both.  KD staring longingly into the camera gives everyone who looks at it an immediate sense of catharsis.

Perhaps Durant wants to tell us how low his confidence was before he started to use Cialis. Or he wants to tell the youth of America how bad cigarettes are. Or maybe Durant is lamenting his hair and he’s trying to find a way to dispatch his barber without hurting his feelings too much.

If Durant was a member of the Thunder still he probably would have not gotten roasted like this. But it comes with the territory. Steve Kerr’s Warriors will go down in history for their high-octane offense and interesting photoshoots.