Kevin Durant is an American professional Basketball player for the Golden State Warriors born on 29 September 1988, In Washington, D.C.
He is the son of Wayne Pratt and his wife Wanda Durant. While he had been still an infant, his father left the family. Kevin raided by his mother and grandmother. He has three siblings, two brothers Tony and Rayvonne, and one sister Brianna.
During his career, Kevin Durant has dated several women such as Jasmine Shine, Ashley Champ, and Monica Wright.
He had studied at the National Christian Academy and at the Oak Hill Academy. In both schools, He had been quite active in basketball. He next transferred to Montrose Christian School, for his senior year. By this time, He had raised to a height of six feet and seven inches.
Kevin Wayne Durant had begun his early career by playing ‘Amateur Athletic Union’ basketball for several teams in the Maryland Area. During this time, He had been introduced to future NBA Players Michael Beasley, Greivis Vásquez, and Ty Lawson. He had made selected in the 2007 NBA draft by the Seattle SuperSonics and began his professional career. He had posted 18 points, 5 rebounds and 3 steals in his first game, against the Denver Nuggets. The greatest match-winning lead of his career had been made in a match against the Atlanta Hawks, which took place on 16 November. His excellent performance earned him the name of the ‘NBA Rookie of the Year’. He had been elected for the 2010 FIBA World Championship. He played brilliantly at the tournament, leading the USA to the World Championship trophy.
- He wants to be a music producer when he had been retiring.
- Crab leg is his favorite food.
- He used to drive a van.
- Durant is a devoted Christian and he has visited the Chapel before his every game.
Awards and Achievements:
- He had earned gold medals at the 2012 and 2016 Olympics.
- In 2010, He received the FIBA World Championship’ gold medal.
- In 2010, He received FIBA World Championship Most Valuable Player award.
What can we learn from Him?
Like Kevin Durant, Do What’s Best for You. Put Yourself in a Position to Succeed.