When it comes to criticism, Nets star Kevin Durant has never been one to take it silently.
For years, he has made a name for himself on social media, engaging with, arguing against, and calling out some of his staunchest critics. Even now, he continues his crusade against the so-called "haters."
His latest clap-back came against FOX Sports analyst Shannon Sharpe, who recently criticized him for teaming up with other superstars in Brooklyn.
With Durant, Kyrie Irving, and James Harden, the Nets have the best core trio in the entire NBA, and maybe the best offensive group in modern NBA history. The addition of Blake Griffin, who signed with them after a buyout from the Pistons, should only help bolster their potential.
Durant doesn't feel any guilt in partnering with as much talent as he can, even if it comes at the cost of being disliked by the media and fans.
He did it in Golden State, and now he's doing it in Brooklyn.
The question is, will Durant accomplish his ultimate goal, or is there a such thing as having too much talent? The Nets intend to find out.