Kevin Durant thinks resting complaints are ‘only about a couple of players’

Kevin Durant thinks the controversy surrounding resting players has been blown slightly out of proportion.

The star small forward, who is still out of action for the Warriors with an injury, doesn’t think NBA commissioner Adam Silver needs to get team owners involved.

“The truth about it is, it’s only for a couple of players in the league,” Durant told “They don’t care if the 13th man on the bench rests. It’s only for like LeBron [James], Steph [Curry], [James] Harden, Russell [Westbrook]. It’s only for like five players, so you want a rule just for those five players?”

Durant conveniently failed to mention himself, Kyrie Irving, who along with James helped spark the controversy, the Spurs stars, DeMar DeRozan and Isaiah Thomas — if their teams ever sat them — DeMarcus Cousins and Anthony Davis and a host of other stars for respective teams.

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