Kevin Durant – Career and Achievements
Kevin Durant plays in Oklahoma City Thunders, one of the NBA teams. Durant has achieved many successes during his career. We will give information about Kevin Durant’s basketball career and his achievements.
Kevin Durant was born in Washington, the capital of America. (September 29, 1988). Kevin Durant who has 4 brothers was interested in basketball thanks to his brothers. Kevin Durant (height 2,06 cm) played in many different teams as his family moved a lot. His first coach, Charles Craig, was killed at a very young age, so he wore uniform number 35 in all his matches. While he was a senior student, he played in the team of Montrose Christian High School and won the best player title among high school students.
In a high school game played in 2006, big teams started to take care of Durant. In a high school match played in 2006, great teams started to pay attention to Durant. 2006-2007 season, he won the Naismith Player of the Year award with an average of 25.8 points and 11.1 rebounds. The first player to receive this award during the rookie season is Kevin Durant.
Kevin Durant’s First NBA Match
He finished his first NBA official match with 18 points, 5 rebounds and 3 steals. The Seattle Super Sonics team was named Oklahoma City Thunders in the 2008-2009 season, but Oklahoma City Thunders did not perform well.
Kevin Durant has improved himself a lot, and in 2009 he broke a record with 46 points in the All-Star match. Oklahoma City Thunders had Durant sign a contract by paying $ 86 million in 2010. Durant has achieved Rookie of the Year once, FIBA World Champion once, MPV once, All-Star MVP once , All-Star seven times, Olympic Gold Medal once, Most Valuable Player of NCAA once, Most Valuable Player of World Championship once during his basketball career.