Kevin Durant has notoriously been known for spending a lot of time on Twitter, dishing out his takes, or using a burner account to defend his reputation. In this year's playoffs, the Nets superstar has been active more than ever with all the free time he now has. In his latest tweet, KD shared what he thinks would happen if his former teammate Draymond Green and Hall-of-Famer Dennis Rodman faced each other one-on-one. "I'll take them 6 days to finish this game," Durant said. A subtle shot or a form of praise? If there's one common denominator between Green and Rodman's game, it's their defensive impact on the floor. However, for as dominant as both players are on defense, Green and Rodman are also offensively limited. In his 10 seasons so far in the league, Green averages 8.7 points per game while Rodman ranked up 7.3 points per game in his 14-year career. So, to go back to Durant's tweet, he could possibly mean two things: That it'll take Green and Rodman six days to score on each other because of their lim.