One night after getting into it with a radio host on Twitter, Kevin Durant was at it again on Thursday night, this time getting into a Twitter spat with his former teammate, Kendrick Perkins.
It all started when Perkins, now an analyst with ESPN, tweeted out earlier in the day that he was going to explain why Russell Westbrook was the best player to ever put on an Oklahoma City Thunder jersey. Westbrook, now a Rocket, was making his return to OKC for the first time on Thursday night.
After an initial exchange with a Celtics team reporter, Perkins called out Durant for losing in the second round of the playoffs without Westbrook.
That's where Durant chimed in for the first time, bringing up how Perkins, who was the Thunder's starting center for the 2012-13 playoffs, averaged just two points and three rebounds in the postseason.
Eventually, Perkins went back to the criticism that Durant has surely heard over and over again, bringing up how the 10-time All-Star left the Thunder to join an already dominant Golden State Warriors team.
Durant, of course, has not played this season for the Nets as he recovers from his torn Achilles, an injury he suffered during last season's NBA Finals against the Toronto Raptors.