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On the night of Oct. 5, the Warriors played a preseason game in Seattle against the Kings.

Earlier that day, Golden State visited the Seahawks' practice facility and there was a shooting contest between several members of the Warriors and Seahawks.

Kevin Durant was a participant and he "liked" the following tweet:

Nearly four months went by before the reigning two-time Finals MVP pressed the "like" button again. But on Sunday morning, he got his money's worth as he felt pretty passionate about a certain article written about him following Golden State's win over the Lakers.

 

https://twitter.com/dkurtenbach/status/1092136452635291648

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Here are several responses that Durant "liked."

https://twitter.com/Its_Erick01/status/1092175584350752768

And then there was this one, which includes the words "let him leave in peace."

https://twitter.com/Lightiining/status/1092146912478838785

The 10-time All-Star usually speaks to reporters after every game, but he declined to answer questions following the Warriors' last two games.

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When he does step in front of a camera again, it will be interesting to see if any reporters ask him about his name being linked to the Knicks.

Durant clearly doesn't want to discuss his pending free agency, and that is very understandable. It's also understandable why those types of questions are asked, so it creates a tough situation.

It's probably a good thing that the Warriors don't play the Knicks again this season ...

Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller