The private Instagram and Twitter messages shared by Rapaport include homosexual and misogynistic language.
He said: “Sorry, people have seen the language I use.”
“It’s not something I want people to see or hear from me, but I hope I can get over it and get back to the floor.”
According to public screenshots, the confrontation between the two began last year, when Rappaport criticized Durant’s post-game interview after the Nets defeated the Golden State Warriors in the December playoffs.
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Although Durant continues to be absent-hamstring tension has kept him on the sidelines since mid-February-the Brooklyn Nets defeated the Charlotte Hornets 111-89 to consolidate their presence in the East The top position in the league.
Jeff Green led the Nets with 21 points and 8 rebounds, while former San Antonio Spur LaMarcus Aldridge scored 11 points in his Brooklyn debut , 9 rebounds and 6 assists.
“This is a very good team. We obviously played a good ball, but we defended very well. We joined people. Communication was great. Rebounds. We took good care of the business. Guys are proud. Tough games, Back to back. It’s hard to stretch here a little bit. We had a great week.”
Nash said of Aldridge’s debut: “This is a man of great descent. He is a very smart, experienced and skilled 6-11 basketball player. We think we have to keep him going, so why not Throw him into the starting lineup and see if he can get his wish. After such a long period of layoffs, his performance left a deep impression on me.
The Nets have now won 20 of the past 23 games, but can no longer play in the star trio of Durant, Kyrie Irving and James Harden.
Since adding Harden to the roster in January, the high-profile player has only enjoyed a total of seven games on the court. However, as Durant will return to the game next week, it may have consolidated the already dominant position in the league.