Kevin Durant: Can He Endure Multiple 82-Game Seasons?

November 9th, 2009 by Curtis Finchum Leave a reply »
The Oklahoma City Thunder started off the season showing a new intensity for defense, something the entire team has struggled with since before they moved from Seattle.

Though the Thunder are still young and lack experience, they have brought in all the pieces that are capable of doing exactly what head coach Scott Brooks wants them to do.

The key for any kind of run at the postseason falls upon the young, long, and thin forward from Texas, Kevin Durant.

Durant has shown since he stepped foot in the NBA that he knows how to score with the big boys in the league. He's always been teamed up with two players, forward Jeff Green and guard Russell Westbrook.

Though Durant's potential seems to be endless, as he's improved every facet of his game every off-season, it's his body that looks as if it could be Durant's biggest curse.

Durant has managed thus far to get through three seasons, with minor ankle issues and other insignificant injuries.

But can Durant survive the wear and tear of multiple seasons when he could play over hundred games? That's the question that many people don't aren't quite sure how to answe ...

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