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Golden State Warriors v Oklahoma City Thunder - Game Four

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During the Thunder/Warriors game on Wednesday night, Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant had one of their first interactions since KD left Oklahoma City to join Golden State last summer. It was a short, seemingly one-sided conversation that started with KD trying to talk to Westbrook in the middle of the game and Westbrook ignoring him:

It came just minutes after Westbrook threw down a huge dunk and then appeared to mouth the words “don’t jump” in KD’s direction:

After the game, Westbrook completely downplayed the interaction he had on the court with KD. He said that he’s still not on speaking terms with him:

He also pretended that he didn’t remember having an exchange with him on the court:

And a short video that was taken of Westbrook walking off the court may prove without a shadow of a doubt that he’s still not over KD leaving OKC the way he did.

As Westbrook was making his way back to the locker room following the Thunder’s 121-100 defeat, he was caught yelling, “E, don’t say what’s up to that b*tch a** n*gga,” as Enes Kanter walked behind him. It’s unclear who Westbrook was talking to or who he was telling them not to talk to, but you probably don’t have to think too hard to come up with an answer.

READ MORE: Complex.com

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