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Kevin Durant is a once in a lifetime type of talent. Listed at 6’9, he can do it all. Here are ten reasons why the Oklahoma City Thunder should appreciate #35.
10. Scoring Champ three of the last four year
It is no doubt that Kevin Durant is one of the best scorers the NBA has ever seen. With his size, length, and athletic ability, he is able to score the ball almost at ease. That is the one thing that more people love about KD. He can make the game look so easy at times. His jump shot looks almost effortless and his length allows him to finish over any big at the rim. Had it not been for the many blowouts and practically giving Carmelo Anthony the scoring title last year, he would hold a streak of four consecutive scoring titles. In the coming years, look closely at Kevin Durant possibly threatening Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and the record of the most points scored in a career.
Kevin Durant can practically score anywhere, anytime.
9. Has great shoes
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Kevin Durant spent his Saturday handing out ice cream.
Yeah, that Kevin Durant.
The Oklahoma City Thunder forward rode through the streets of Brooklyn, N.Y., in an ice cream truck as part of Nike's promotional SummerIsSerious campaign for his new KD VI basketball shoes. Take a look at the shoes here.
Take a look at Durant passing out the cool treats.
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