Kevin Durant: The Future Face of the NBA

July 22nd, 2010 by Hayden Kim Leave a reply »

That's the most important aspect of an athlete's career.

As an athlete myself, I can somewhat relate to these big-time athletes in the NBA, NFL, or MLB. All athletes dream of one day being remembered as the G.O.A.T. (Greatest of All Time) in their respective sports, whether it be in the game of basketball or as simple as being remembered as the best hitter in their local Brooklyn neighborhood.

The world has always been built around competition. Who has the most money? Who has the biggest home? Who will get the next promotion? Who has the best BBQs every year?

All of these questions are asked around the world in some sense and it is the nature of this "dog eat dog" type world.

Now in the future absence of Kobe Bryant, the NBA needs someone to rightfully take over the title of "The Best in the NBA."

LeBron James going to Miami has diminished his chances of doing so. LeBron may make ESPN every night, but as you can start to see, that means nothing in the matters of leaving behind a legacy.

Think of all the great players that have left behind legacies in the past. Starti ...

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