Top 10 things Kevin Durant can’t bear to watch

Los Angeles Clippers v Oklahoma City Thunder - Game Five

You may have heard about the NBA refs doing what they do best at the end of Thunder/Clippers Game 5: botching every single possible call and then botching other calls to make up for their previous botched calls to make up for their previous botched cal…you get the idea. It’s #refception

This was one small part of it:

We couldn’t list the entire chain of make up calls in 140 characters. We’d need 140 million for that.

And Doc Rivers wasn’t too happy after the game:

Reporters: “Uh…we’re gonna need a mop in here.”

But the foul on Chris Paul sent Russell Westbrook to the free throw line, and as you see above, Kevin Durant couldn’t bear to watch the free throws.

So twitter wondered what else can’t Durant bear to watch? And churned out some very funny memes. So we’ve put together the #NOTSCTop10 things Kevin Durant can’t bear to watch.

Check  ‘em all out (by clicking the page numbers at the bottom).

Kevin Durant makes various appearances throughout time, space, travel, sports, Hollywood, you name it, and simply can’t handle watching what happens.

It gets tragic towards the top. But not too tragic. We don’t want you #Duranting.

The authors of the pictures are listed by their ranking. The pictures are theirs, the captions are ours. Here we go.

10. @World_Wide_Wob

Turns out Steve Bartman wasn’t the only one in the Cubs’ crowd during the NLCS:


Durant can’t even watch Steve Bartman blowing the Cubs’ only chance at success, ever.

Probably brings up too many memories of James Harden in the Finals.

Or Westbrook in the 4th quarter. Hey look, he just tossed up another brick. And another one. And another one. The rest of the NBA agrees: #LetWestbrookBeWestbrook

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