Golden State Warriors star F Kevin Durant continues to take jabs at the Knicks -- this time aiming at owner James Dolan.
In an interview with The Ringer's Bill Simmons, Durant believes the Knicks have plummeted because of how Dolan disregards basketball decisions.
"Everything starts at the top, you have bad leadership, and it's just going to trickle down to everybody else," Durant said. "When a GM wants to make a decision, he has to talk to the owner and he's nowhere to be found and he don't care then you kind of stuck and that causes tension."
However, Durant does like the atmosphere that Madison Square Garden provides.
"Madison Square that s--t is so live in there and you just know it's the Mecca. I don't think they should ever change that," Durant said. His favorite aspect of the arena is the "old-school buzzer" the Knicks use.
This offseason, Durant has been verbal about the Knicks. He told a fan during a charity event that he would "never" play for the team.
Last year with the Warriors, he averaged 25.1 points, 8.3 rebounds and 4.8 assists during a season that saw him take home his first NBA title. The forward could become a free agent after this season if he opts out of his current contract with Golden State.