By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@ YawMintYM on Twitter
Oklahoma City Thunder hype man Terrance Briscoe has described Kevin Durant’s decision to leave OKC for Golden State Warriors as something that “came out of nowhere”.
He made the statement when he made an appearance on basketball TV show Courtside.
The former leader of hype team Storm Chasers, Washington Wizards and Washington Nationals of the Major Baseball League is touring the West African country and stated he and members of the Thunder organization were shocked about Durant’s decision in an interview with show host Yaw Sakyi Afari.
“It just came out of nowhere. We did everything to make it seem there was no place like home which is OKC but unfortunately he left for greener pastures elsewhere” he said in response to how the team viewed Durant’s departure.
The 2007 NBA Draft Number Two overall pick played nine seasons for OKC before leaving as a free agent to sign for Golden State Warriors in the offseason.
His two year deal is worth $54 million and was recently named as a starter for the 2017 NBA All-Star Western Conference Team.