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Kevin Durant      

Professional Basketball Player Currently With Brooklyn Nets

Kevin Durant is an American professional basketball player for the Brooklyn Nets of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played one season of college basketball for the University of Texas, and was selected as the second overall pick by the Seattle SuperSonics in the 2007 NBA draft. He played nine seasons with the franchise, which became the Oklahoma City Thunder in 2008, before signing with the Golden State Warriors in 2016, winning back-to-back championships in 2017 and 2018.

Durant was a heavily recruited high school prospect who was widely regarded as the second-best player in his class. In college, he won numerous year-end awards and became the first freshman to be named Naismith College Player of the Year. As a professional, he has won two NBA championships, an NBA Most Valuable Player Award, two Finals MVP Awards, two NBA All-Star Game Most Valuable Player Awards, four NBA scoring titles, the NBA Rookie of the Year Award, and two Olympic gold medals. Durant has also been selected to nine All-NBA teams and ten NBA All-Star teams.

Off the court, Durant is one of the highest-earning basketball players in the world, due in part to endorsement deals with companies such as Foot Locker and Nike. He has developed a reputation for philanthropy and regularly leads the league in All-Star votes and jersey sales. In recent years, he has contributed to The Players' Tribune as both a photographer and writer. In 2012, he ventured into acting, appearing in the film Thunderstruck.

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Kevin Durant on Thunder's chemistry: 'Look, we like each other'

Across the NBA, teams are looking for signs of weakness in Kevin Durant’s resolve to remain in Oklahoma City, stuffing every variable under a microscope. Does Durant truly like playing with Russell Westbrook? A point guard by position, a scorer by skill, Westbrook’s aggressiveness can be overwhelming. And what about Serge Ibaka? Ibaka has the skills to be the league’s best defensive player, but his desire to be an accomplished scorer can split his focus in ways Oklahoma City doesn’t need. At times the Thunder can appear disconnected on the floor, rival coaches and scouts told The Vertical, an issue that manifests itself with rushed shots and slumped shoulders, each instance noted by Oklahoma City’s rivals and filed away.

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