Fournier hits Kevin Durant. Is it true that Kevin Durant is a better scorer than Michael Jordan?

Fournier hits Kevin Durant. Is it true that Kevin Durant is a better scorer than Michael Jordan?

Evan Fournier heats one of the NBA's biggest rivalries between the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets with a jab at Kevin Durant.

The New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets are among the league's fiercest rivalries since the second franchise came to the NBA in 1967 as the New Jersey Americans. Now, it looks like both teams will be competing to be in the NBA Playoffs, where they could even face each other.

Now, in a quiet offseason moment, Evan Fournier decided to spice things up and start heating things by taking a little "jab" at Kevin Durant through his Twitter account, where KD is also very active.

The French shooting guard came to the Knicks in this NBA free agency, signing a four-year, $78 million contract and being one of the most coveted free agents. To further improve the roster, New York acquired Kemba Walker as well.

Evan Fournier spices up Knicks-Nets rivalry with a stick for Kevin Durant
Evan Fournier asked on Twitter where he could get the best barber in New York, when a user suggested, "a boy named Kevin, he's in Brooklyn, he already cut you in Tokyo, maybe he can do it again?" referring to when Team USA beat France in the finals at the Olympics.

And here's where the exciting part comes in. Fournier didn't keep quiet but jokingly replied, "he needs a hairdresser too," alluding to the fact that his hair is probably not in good shape. Either way, the rivalry is already active, and the players know they have to make the show as entertaining as possible. Will we see a response from Kevin Durant?

Gilbert Arenas explains why Kevin Durant is a better scorer than Michael Jordan.

A new debate was generated in the NBA world to define who is the GOAT when it comes to scoring points. Michael Jordan and Kevin Durant, the leading candidates.

With the NBA world on pause, while teams get ready for an unprecedented 2021-22 season due to the great clash of stars that is expected, a new debate ignited the controversy with Michael Jordan and Kevin Durant as protagonists.

When defining who is the best scorer in NBA history, Jordan and Durant step forward as the leading candidates. One of the first to ignite the controversy was a former player and now ESPN commentator Kendrick Perkins.

"First of all, KD is the best scorer of all time, as I've been saying, and secondly, I'm very disappointed that someone dared to put Giannis Antetokounmpo in the same conversation with Jordan and Hakeem Olajuwon by voting him MVP/ DPOY last year," Perkins sentenced.

And boom! The bombshell went off again with another opinion endorsing Durant as the GOAT of NBA scoring. Gilbert Arenas, who played in the league for 11 seasons, stated that Jordan is not a better scorer than KD because, in Chicago Bulls, he was always the primary option to shoot. He did not have competitive teammates in this area. It was logical that he would end up standing out.

Kevin Durant is a better scorer than Michael Jordan in the NBA, according to Gilbert Arenas.
While on the Bulls, Michael Jordan had no competition with good scorers and managed to win ten scoring titles. Kevin Durant had to excel over scoring machines like Russell Westbrook on Oklahoma City Thunder and Stephen Curry on Golden State Warriors.

"As a basketball fan who understands the game, the way Kevin Durant scores is elementary. He can't be stopped, controlled, or challenged because of his height, his shot. So, he's probably the easiest basket seeker in NBA history. So, is Kevin Durant, um... In my opinion, and I'm a Jordan fan," Gilbert Arenas said about who is the best scorer in NBA history.

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