New Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant hasn’t talked a whole lot about his league-altering decision to move on from the Oklahoma City Thunder since publicly announcing that move.

Sure Durant did take part in a Q&A with members of the media after the signing became official, but that was a mere formality.

Now taking part in training camp for Team USA in the lead up to the Summer Olympics in Rio, Durant opened up a bit more about his mentality following the decision to join Golden State.

“For a few days after (signing), I didn’t leave my bed, because I was like, if I walk outside somebody might just hit me with their car, or say anything negative to me,” Durant said in Vegas on Tuesday, via ESPN. “Like I said, I never had this reputation, and so many people who don’t even watch basketball are telling me congratulations and good luck going forward. It’s crazy how big I got and how big this got.”