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Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant had the opportunity to visit boxing legend Muhammad Ali on Thursday.Durant was in Arizona to play a game in Phoenix, and Ali lives in Scottsdale. ESPN later reported that Ali would attend Thursday night's Thunder-Suns game, so it's safe to say the meeting went well.H/T FTW.
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