While Kevin Durant's relationship with Russell Westbrook may be strained over Durant's decision to leave the Thunder for the Warriors, Anthony Morrow doesn't feel any ill will towards his former teammate.
The Thunder shooting guard was asked Saturday if he felt Durant owed it to his former teammates to tell them about his decision before announcing it publicly.
"With me personally, we talked all offseason, and it really wasn't about basketball, like nothing was really basketball. It was just whatever stuff's going on with our families. For him to make that decision, I didn't feel betrayed or anything like that. I think we were more shocked at where he went. I think that was more of a shock factor," Morrow said on SiriusXM NBA Radio on Saturday.
Morrow explained why he felt Durant didn't owe him anything.
"Other than that, it is what it is. I didn't feel like he owed me anything. But at the same time, it is what it is. It's business, it's basketball. That's that man's career, that's that man's life and he made his own decision as a man. Like it or love it, hate it or love it, he made his decision," Morrow said.
Morrow, who broke into the NBA with the Warriors in 2008-09, spent the last two seasons as Durant's teammate in Oklahoma City.
In 68 games for the Thunder in 2015-16, Morrow averaged 5.6 points, 0.9 rebounds and 0.4 assists per contest.