Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant is ready to play his former team, the Oklahoma City Thunder, but he isn't up for divulging the depths of his relationships with players on that team. "I got a question: Why do you care so much?" the 2017 Finals MVP said when a reporter asked him if he talks to former teammates when they touch down in the Bay Area. He acknowledged that there are a lot of players on the current Thunder roster who weren't there when Durant called Oklahoma City home. Tuesday night's contest at Oracle Arena will be Durant's fourth game against the Russell Westbrook-led Thunder. The Warriors are 4-1 against OKC since Durant joined them, but he sat out one of the wins last season while recovering from a knee injury. Durant says he is fatigued by questions centered on generating quotes about how cool he is with members of the Thunder. "Yeah, because it's not even about the game," he said. "It's about the personal s---. We can talk about basketball for a second if y'all want." The 6-foot-11 forward is averaging 33.5 points and 8.2 rebounds in those four games versus Oklahoma City.