Kevin Durant Dazzles in Day Two Performance at D.C. Goodman League

June 17th, 2010 by stephen riley Leave a reply »
There's not too many ballers who could drop 30 points after entering a game late and fresh off the street, but Kevin Durant is one of the privileged few.

The Oklahoma City small forward arrived five minutes into the evening’s twilight game between his Awash squad and Team H.O.B.O. wearing a Raiders cap and a black tee, but it didn’t take long for him to get suited up and thrown into the action.

Durant's second appearance at Washington, D.C.’s Goodman Summer League on Wednesday began much like his debut on Sunday did; Durant launching a three-pointer on his first attempt just to check the heat on his jumper.

After a flailing air ball and a few one-on-one dribble duels with Team H.O.B.O. and local standout Omar Weaver, the man nicknamed KD was finally warmed up and riding with the flow of the game.

After Weaver swished a three in Durant’s face, the competitive 21-year-old flashed a confident smirk as he jogged back down the court, ready to attack on the next play. Facing up against Weaver on the left side of the basket, KD darted right before swinging the ball back left, finishing over Weaver with a one-handed du ...

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