Found February 23, 2013 on Larry Brown Sports:
Kevin Durant shared a picture on his Instagram account Saturday of himself wearing a T-shirt that says “Shoot Til My Arm Falls Off.” Initially, I thought Durant had stolen the shirt from Kobe Bryant’s closet, but then I realized it’s a take on a motto KD shared last year during the NBA Finals. According to Eye on Basketball, Durant had big fourth quarters in Games 1 and 2 of the finals, but only took five shots in the final period of a Game 3 loss to Miami. That prompted Durant to say he would get back to dominating late in games and “shoot til my arm falls off.” Even though this shirt is pretty solid, it’s nothing compared to this one, which is our favorite shirt Kevin Durant has ever worn. Photo credit: Instagram/Kevin Durant The post Kevin Durant wears ‘shoot til my arm falls off’ T-shirt (Picture) appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: Kevin Durant takes the pedicure plunge (Picture) Kevin Durant falls hard, stays in game (Video) Kevin Durant consoled by family a...
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