Some people fully support Kevin Durant's decision to sign with the Warriors.
Others vehemently disagree with the former MVP's move to Golden State.
Does he feel guilty about leaving the Thunder?
"No. We live in this superhero, comic book world, where you're either a villain or you're a superhero in this position, and I know that," Durant explained at his introductory press conference on Thursday. "I know I haven't changed as a person. I don't treat people any different because I made a decision to play basketball in another city.
"I understand the fans in Oklahoma City, and basketball fans around the world, are I guess upset. But like I said, I made a decision based upon what I wanted to do and how I felt. And it's the best decision for me. I can't really control how you feel. I'm sorry you feel that way. But I'm gonna continue to live my life, man. Life goes on."
Durant was selected with the No. 2 overall pick by Seattle in 2007.
After his rookie campaign, the franchise relocated to Oklahoma City.
Over eight seasons with the Thunder, Durant won four scoring titles, earned All-NBA honors six times, and captured the 2014 MVP award.
He led the Thunder to the 2012 NBA Finals and the Western Conference Finals on three occasions -- 2011, 2014 and 2016.
He will turn 28 years old in September.
"I got a short amount of time left to play basketball," Durant added. "I just want to enjoy every single day of it."