Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry sat down with ESPN to talk about their favorite NFL teams going at it on Monday Night Football. (Courtesy @Warriors/Twitter)

Steph ready to collect after beating KD in NFL wager

OAKLAND — A night after Steph Curry’s Carolina Panthers beat Kevin Durant’s Washington Redskins on Monday Night Football, the reigning MVP let his superstar teammate hear it.

“He’s still talking shit,” Durant said with a laugh at the Golden State Warriors’ shootaround on Tuesday morning. “But I’m trying to move on. We’ve got a game tonight.”

Durant said he’s in the dark as to how Curry plans to collect on his win in the friendly wager.

“You won’t know. You won’t know,” Durant said when asked how he’ll have to pay up. “No, I don’t know we’ll figure it out. I won’t have to wear a Panthers jersey on national TV to the arena. Probably won’t have to do that much, but we’ll see what he’s got for me.”

Curry made it sound like he already had a plan in place.

“You will know when you see it,” Curry said.

“You’ll see it. You might not see it live, but you’ll see it. That’s all I got.”Carolina PanthersGolden State WarriorsKevin DurantNBASteph CurryWashington Redskins

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