Kevin Durant was in no mood to discuss anything but the game after Golden State Warriors decimated San Antonio Spurs 141-102 on Wednesday night at the Oracle Arena as he let loose when the media questioned him about his lack of interaction with reporters recently and free agency links to New York Knicks.

The small forward is all but certain to out opt of his deal and become an unrestricted free agent yet again in the summer but is yet to give an indication as to whether he will remain a Warrior or leave for pastures new.

He has previously spoken about free agency by suggesting that his main agenda is to earn a lucrative contract and enjoy playing basketball. But that has been it, as he made it clear the teams trying to recruit him are playing at deaf ears.

But the free agency question has reared its head once again after the Knicks made the shock decision to trade their prized possession Kristaps Porzingis to the Dallas Mavericks on Feb. 1 ensuring they have enough cap space to attract more than one big free agent in the summer.

Durant has been previously linked with a move to New York and now with Porzingis trade, many are speculating that the Warriors forward will make the Madison Square Garden his home next year along with another free agent, namely, Kyrie Irving or Kawhi Leonard.

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Kevin Durant will enter free agency again in the summer of 2019 by opting out of his contract with the Warriors. In this picture, Durant #35 of the Golden State Warriors watches the action against the Indiana Pacers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Jan. 28, 2019. Andy Lyons/Getty Images

The two-time NBA Finals MVP had not spoken to the media in the days leading up to Wednesday’s game against the Spurs and when questioned as why that was – Durant was clear that it was just not his wish – and if it was due to questions regarding free agency, he seemed to get quite incensed.

Durant insisted that he had none of his thoughts directed toward his future and that his only concentration was how to be the best every time he is on the court. He said free agency talk was “unnecessary” and also made it clear that he has nothing to do with the Knicks or know about whose decision it was to trade Porzingis.

The back-to-back NBA champion then continued to hit out at the media about their treatment of him asking them to “grow up” and not always talk about free agency. And when informed that he has not spoken to the media – he simply asked “who are you?” and said that him talking to the media is not going to make him a better player.