VIDEO: ‘I apologize’ — Durant says he doesn’t want to disappoint his coaches, fan base and owners

By 95.7 THE GAME

Following shootaround, Kevin Durant apologized for his ejection during the fourth quarter of Saturday's Game 1 win over the Clippers.

“I don’t want to disappoint my coaches and the fan base and owners who expect me to be out on the floor," Durant said. "So I apologize.” 

Durant added: “I just have to keep my mouth shut and play the game. It’s simple.”  

Durant already has two technicals after one postseason game. Players get suspened after amassing seven techs.