It’s really hard being a professional basketball player. When you’re a superstar, the stakes are higher and the pressure is intense. Kevin Durant is a all-time great basketball player. Since he was drafted 2nd overall in 2007, he’s been nothing but spectacular. He’s been the rookie of the year, All-Rookie first team, All-NBA first team five times, All-NBA second team twice. All-star MVP, and Finals MVP. Kevin is a once in a lifetime player because he’s 7 feet with handles, a shot, can finish and is clutch. He’s also a great person, does charitable acts around the world/community. He came from Humble beginnings to Superstardom.
Kevin moved to Golden State because he wanted change, wanted a championship. it’s his 10th year now and he’s 28 about to be in his 30’s real soon, what did you expect? he wanted to get the monkey off his back and prove his critics wrong as well. Everybody goes through changes in life. To be a better you, You need to accept change. Evolvement is essential to growing as a person. Kevin wanted to go somewhere to get him that elusive ring he always wanted. People really need to understand this point very clearly: You’re not a NBA Player or have a MVP, You’re not earning millions of dollars or have a fan-base like Kevin does. It’s his life, not yours his! you can’t tell him what to do, are you his mom or live with him? half of ya’ll ain’t even athletic and are hating on a man doing good in life. Honestly, who cares? Focus on your average life which is dull and boring.
Kevin doesn’t care what you think, you can tweet at him or call him whatever you want. The one thing you can’t deny is that he’s a NBA Champion and Finals MVP.