Kevin Durant hilariously uninterested in Aaron Judge-to-Yankees reports


Watch KD's hilarious response to reported Judge-Yankees deal originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

For weeks and maybe even months, the future of Aaron Judge has had sports fans at the edge of their seats as they waited for the big announcement.

Well, maybe all except Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant.

When it was reported on Wednesday that the superstar slugger was returning to the Bronx after agreeing to a nine-year, $360 million contract with the New York Yankees, it seemed like almost everyone had an opinion.

But when KD was asked about the news of bringing Judge back to the neighboring city just right across the Brooklyn Bridge, Durant wasn't very amused.

"I'm a Nationals fan. I really don't care about Aaron Judge at all," Durant responded.

The video made rounds on social media and even Durant himself reacted to the video on Twitter.

Reacted ... and then retracted.

RELATED: Report: Yankees room 'like a morgue' after false Judge-Giants news

The two Empire State superstars can now focus on getting their respective teams back into the championship picture.

Still, it might be hard to get the Washington, D.C. native to root for Judge in pinstripes.

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