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    Kevin Durant (2019) Kişisel bilgileri

    Doğum tarihi 29 Eylül 1988 (33 yaşında)

    Doğum yeri Washington

    Boyu 6 ft 10 in (2,08 m)

    Pozisyon Kısa forvet

    Kulüp bilgileri

    Kulübü Brooklyn Nets

    Numarası 7

    Profesyonellik öncesi

    Lise Oak Hill Akademisi

    Kolej Texas Üniversitesi

    NBA seçmeleri 2007 / Tur: 1 / Sıra: 2.

    Seattle SuperSonics tarafından seçildi

    Profesyonel kariyeri

    Yıllar Takım

    2007-2008 Seattle SuperSonics

    2008-2016 Oklahoma City Thunder

    2016-2019 Golden State Warriors

    2019-günümüz Brooklyn Nets

    Başarıları

    2x NBA şampiyonu (2017, 2018)

    2x NBA Finalleri MVP'si (2017, 2018)

    1x NBA Sezon MVP'si (2014)

    10x NBA All-Star (2010-2019)

    2x NBA All-Star Maçı MVP Ödülü (2012, 2019)

    6x NBA Yılın En İyi Beşi (2010-2014, 2018)

    3x NBA Yılın En İyi Beşi İkinci Takımı (2016, 2017, 2019)

    1x NBA Yılın Çaylağı (2008)

    1x NBA En İyi Çaylak Beşi (2008)

    4x NBA Sayı Kralı (2010-2012, 2014)

    NBA 50-40-90 kulübü

    1x FIBA Dünya Kupası MVP'si (2010)

    Genişlet Madalyaları

    Kevin Wayne Durant (d. 29 Eylül 1988; Washington, ABD), Amerikalı profesyonel basketbolcudur. NBA takımlarından Brooklyn Nets forması giymektedir. "Durantula" ve "KD" gibi lakapları bulunan 2,08 mt.[1] boyundaki Durant, kısa forvet ve uzun forvet pozisyonlarında görev yapabilmektedir.

    Kariyeri boyunca iki kez NBA şampiyonluğu, iki kez NBA finalleri MVP'si bir kez NBA en değerli oyuncu ödülü, dört kez NBA sayı kralı ödülünü, bir kez NBA yılın çaylağı ödülü'nü ve iki kez de Olimpiyat altın madalyası kazanmasının yanında beş kez All-Star karmasına, beş defa da NBA yılın en iyi beşi'ne seçildi.

    Lise kariyerinin ardından Texas Üniversitesi'nde bir sezon forma giyen Durant, buradaki çaylak sezonunda Naismith yılın kolej ligleri oyuncusu seçildi ve bu ödülü kazanan kolej tarihindeki ilk çaylak oyuncu oldu. Üniversite kariyerinin ardından 2007 NBA Seçmeleri'ne girdi. Greg Oden'ın ardından ikinci sıradan Seattle SuperSonics tarafından seçildi. Durant'in çaylak sezonunun ardından takımı SuperSonics Oklahoma şehrine taşındı ve adı Oklahoma City Thunder olarak değiştirildi. 2012 yılında takımıyla beraber kariyerinde ilk kez NBA Finalleri'ne yükseldi, ancak Miami Heat'e beş maç sonunda 4-1 kaybettiler. 2016'da serbest kalan Durant, dokuz yıl formasını giydiği Thunder'dan ayrıldı ve iki yıllığına Golden State Warriors ile anlaştı ve Warriors ile kariyerinde ilk defa olmak üzere 2017 ve 2018 yıllarında üst üste iki kez şampiyonluk yaşadı.

    Durant, basketbol kariyerinin dışında, Thunder'da oynarken Oklahoma şehrinde ve genel hayatında yaptığı çeşitli bağışlar ve yardımlarla da tanınır. Foot Locker ve Nike gibi şirketlerle olan sponsorluk anlaşmalarının yanında Dünya'da en çok kazanan basketbolculardan birisidir. 2012 yılında adlı filmde baş rolü oynayarak ilk kez kamera karşısına geçti ve The Players' Tribune'e hem yazar hem'de fotoğrafçı olarak katkıda bulundu.

    17 Mart 2020 tarihinde sosyal medya hesabından COVID-19 hastalığına yakalandığını duyurdu.[2]

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    Durant, 29 Eylül 1988 tarihinde Wanda ve Wayne Pratt çiftinin dört çocuğundan birisi olarak Washington şehrinde dünyaya geldi, babasının aileyi terk edişi ve annesinin işte çalışması nedeniyle büyükannesi Barbara Davis tarafından yetiştirildi.[3] Brianna adında bir kız kardeşi Tony ve Rayvonne adında iki tane de erkek kardeşi bulunmaktadır.[4] 2013 yılında yaptığı bir açıklamada çocukken tuttuğu takımın Toronto Raptors, en sevdiği oyuncunun ise Vince Carter olduğunu söyledi.[5] Basketbola ağabeylerinin de etkisiyle erken yaşlarda başlayan Durant, profesyonel olarak ilk Amatör Atletizm Birliği'nde basketbol oynadı.[6] Ailesinin sık sık taşınması nedeniyle Maryland eyaletinin birçok okulunda forma giydi ve forma giydiği bazı takımlarda şu anda NBA'de forma giyen Ty Lawson, Greivis Vasquez ve Michael Beasley ile bir süre takım arkadaşlığı yaptı.[7] Ayrıca bu süre zarfında basketbolu ilk oynadığı yer Amatör Atletizm Birliği takımının baş antrenörü olan ve 35 yaşında öldürülen Charles Craig anısına 35 numaralı formayı taşıdı.[8]

    Lise kariyerinde National Christian Academy'de iki yıl, Oak Hill Academy'de bir yıl forma giydikten sonra Montrose Hristiyan Lisesi tarafından transfer edildi ve lisedeki dördüncü yılına başlamadan önce boyu altı cm daha uzadı.[9] Lisedeki son yılının öncesinde Texas Üniversitesi'nin onunla kolej kariyeri için anlaştığı açıklandı. 2005-06 sezonunda Washington Post Yılın En İyi Lise Oyuncusu ödülünü kazandı ve 2006 McDonald's En İyi Liseli Amerikalılar Maçı'nın MVP'si seçildi.[10][11] Durant, ayrıca sezonda maç başına 23,6 sayı, 10,2 ribaunt, 3,0 asist, 3,0 top çalma ve 2,4 blok ortalamaları ile oynayarak, Greg Oden'dan sonra sezonun en iyi ikinci liseli oyuncusu seçildi.[12][13]

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    Kevin Durant

    Durant with the Golden State Warriors in 2019

    No. 7 – Brooklyn Nets

    Position Small forward / Power forward

    League NBA

    Personal information

    Born September 29, 1988 (age 33)

    Washington, D.C., U.S.

    Listed height 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m)

    Listed weight 240 lb (109 kg)

    Career information High school

    National Christian Academy

    (Fort Washington, Maryland)

    Oak Hill Academy

    (Mouth of Wilson, Virginia)

    Montrose Christian School

    (Rockville, Maryland)

    College Texas (2006–2007)

    NBA draft 2007 / Round: 1 / Pick: 2nd overall

    Selected by the Seattle SuperSonics

    Playing career 2007–present

    Career history

    2007–2016 Seattle SuperSonics /

    Oklahoma City Thunder

    2016–2019 Golden State Warriors

    2019–present Brooklyn Nets

    Career highlights and awards

    2× NBA champion (2017, 2018)

    2× NBA Finals MVP (2017, 2018)

    NBA Most Valuable Player (2014)

    12× NBA All-Star (2010–2019, 2021, 2022)

    2× NBA All-Star Game MVP (2012, 2019)

    6× All-NBA First Team (2010–2014, 2018)

    4× All-NBA Second Team (2016, 2017, 2019, 2022)

    NBA Rookie of the Year (2008)

    NBA All-Rookie First Team (2008)

    NBA Community Assist Award (2018)

    4× NBA scoring champion (2010–2012, 2014)

    50–40–90 club (2013)

    NBA 75th Anniversary Team

    Consensus national college player of the year (2007)

    Consensus first-team All-American (2007)

    Big 12 Player of the Year (2007)

    No. 35 retired by Texas Longhorns

    FIBA World Championship MVP (2010)

    3× USA Basketball Male Athlete of the Year (2010, 2016, 2021)

    McDonald's All-American Game MVP (2006)

    First-team All-American (2006)

    Second-team All-American (2005)

    Stats  at NBA.com

    Stats  at Basketball-Reference.com

    hide Medals Men's basketball

    Representing the  United States

    Olympics 2012 London Team

    2016 Rio de Janeiro Team

    2020 Tokyo Team

    World Championship/World Cup

    2010 Turkey Team

    Kevin Wayne Durant (/dəˈrænt/; born September 29, 1988) is an American professional basketball player for the Brooklyn Nets of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played one season of college basketball for the Texas Longhorns, and was selected as the second overall pick by the Seattle SuperSonics in the 2007 NBA draft. He played nine seasons with the franchise, which became the Oklahoma City Thunder in 2008, before signing with the Golden State Warriors in 2016, winning consecutive NBA championships in 2017 and 2018. After sustaining an Achilles injury in the 2019 finals, he joined the Nets as a free agent that summer. Durant is widely regarded as one of the greatest players of all time.[1][2][3][4]

    Durant was a heavily recruited high school prospect who was widely regarded as the second-best player in his class. In college, he won numerous year-end awards and became the first freshman to be named Naismith College Player of the Year. As a professional, he has won two NBA championships, an NBA Most Valuable Player Award, two Finals MVP Awards, two NBA All-Star Game Most Valuable Player Awards, four NBA scoring titles, the NBA Rookie of the Year Award, been named to ten All-NBA teams (including six First Teams), and selected 12 times as an NBA All-Star. In 2021, Durant was named to the NBA 75th Anniversary Team.[5] As a member of the U.S. men's national team, Durant has won three gold medals in the Olympics (2012, 2016, and 2020) and is the leading scorer in Team USA's men's Olympic basketball history. He also won gold at the 2010 FIBA World Championship.

    Off the court, Durant is one of the highest-earning basketball players in the world, due in part to endorsement deals with companies such as Foot Locker and Nike. He has developed a reputation for philanthropy and regularly leads the league in All-Star votes and jersey sales. In recent years, he has contributed to as both a photographer and writer. In 2012, he ventured into acting, appearing in the film .

    Contents

    1 Early life 2 College career

    3 Professional career

    3.1 Seattle SuperSonics / Oklahoma City Thunder (2007–2016)

    3.1.1 Rookie of the Year (2007–2008)

    3.1.2 Breakthrough (2008–2010)

    3.1.3 First NBA finals (2010–2012)

    3.1.4 50–40–90 season (2012–2013)

    3.1.5 MVP season (2013–14)

    3.1.6 Final seasons with the Thunder (2014–2016)

    3.2 Golden State Warriors (2016–2019)

    3.2.1 First ring and Finals MVP (2016–2017)

    3.2.2 Second championship and Finals MVP (2017–2018)

    3.2.3 Three-peat chase and injury (2018–2019)

    3.3 Brooklyn Nets (2019–present)

    3.3.1 Year absence (2019–2020)

    3.3.2 Return to the court (2020–2021)

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    Joe Johnson Has a Hilarious Message for Kevin Durant About Their Shared Jersey Number

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    Joe Johnson Has a Hilarious Message for Kevin Durant About Their Shared Jersey Number

    by Phil Watson | More Articles: NBA

    Published on October 17, 2021

    The Brooklyn Nets have been around in some form since 1967. Over those 54 years, they’ve retired only six jersey numbers. None of those are players from their Brooklyn era, which is understandable considering it only began in 2012. But one player who had a nice, if short, run with the Nets after the move to Brooklyn is already conceding his number will go into the rafters. Just not for him. No, Joe Johnson is already making requests of Kevin Durant about their shared No. 7.

    Three of the six numbers retired honor players from the franchise’s early days in the American Basketball Association. The Nets won ABA titles in 1974 and 1976 and honored three players from those teams. Julius Erving won or shared the last three ABA MVP awards, and his No. 32 is out of circulation despite spending only three seasons with the franchise. Bill Melchionni and John Williamson are the others. From their 45 NBA seasons, the Nets have honored Drazen Petrović, Jason Kidd, and Buck Williams.

    Joe Johnson earned All-Star status for the Nets

    The Brooklyn Nets swung a massive trade to land Joe Johnson before their inaugural season in Brooklyn back in 2012. Brooklyn sent five players and two draft picks to the Atlanta Hawks to get Iso Joe, an All-NBA selection in 2009–10.

    Johnson was an All-Star for the Nets in 2014, when he averaged 17.4 points per game. His numbers fell off after that, and Brooklyn sent him packing with a buyout. In four seasons with Brooklyn, Johnson averaged 14.7 points, 3.8 rebounds, and 3.4 assists in 34.5 minutes per game, shooting 43.2% overall and 37.8% from 3-point range.

    It’s hardly the stuff of jersey retirement. Then again, the Nets franchise hasn’t had many opportunities to celebrate great players. At least until recently. The arrival of Kevin Durant is part of a new era for the franchise.

    Kevin Durant is the best player to come to Brooklyn

    Since entering the NBA in 1976, no Brooklyn, New Jersey, or New York Net has won NBA MVP honors. In fact, of the 510 players to appear in at least one game in a Nets jersey, only five have MVP credentials. Kevin Durant is one of those, winning with the Oklahoma City Thunder in 2013–14. The others are James Harden (Houston Rockets, 2016–17), Kevin Garnett (Minnesota Timberwolves, 2003–04), Erving (Philadelphia 76ers, 1980–81), and Bob McAdoo (Buffalo Braves, 1974–75).

    Durant still has more to do before his No. 7 hangs in the Barclays Center with the other retired jerseys. His out-of-this-world playoff performance in 2021 aside, he’s played only 35 games and 1,157 minutes in the regular season for the Nets (ranking tied for 305th and 227th, respectively, in franchise history).

    But Joe Johnson already has a request for the Nets and Durant regarding the future date when KD’s jersey heads toward the ceiling, per a tweet retrieved by Billy Reinhardt of Nets Daily:

    “When that (No. 7) go up in the rafters, tell them to put Big ISO in the tag or summin’ … naw fr tho. …”

    Joe Johnson

    Johnson is 40 and is still hooping. In 2021, he led the Big 3 in scoring for a second time while also earning MVP honors. It was a second consecutive scoring title-MVP double for Johnson, who also won both in 2019 (the league did not play in 2020 due to the pandemic). His success in 2019 led to a preseason look from the Detroit Pistons. Johnson was the team’s final cut before the regular season.

    Joe Johnson had some playoff success in Brooklyn, but nothing like Kevin Durant

    Joe Johnson (L) doesn’t want to be forgotten when the Brooklyn Nets invariably retire the No. 7 jersey of Kevin Durant. | Chris Covatta/Getty Images | Mitchell Leff/Getty Images

    In four playoff series with the Nets from 2013–15, Johnson did his best work in 2014. He averaged 21.9 points in a seven-game victory over the Toronto Raptors in the first round. He then managed 20.2 a night as the defending champion Miami Heat dismantled Brooklyn in the Eastern Conference semifinals.

    But in 2021, Kevin Durant set a playoff career-high by averaging 34.3 points per game in 12 postseason contests for the Nets. He added 9.3 rebounds, 4.4 assists, 1.6 blocks, and 1.5 steals on a shooting split of .514/.402/.871. So he was reasonably OK overall.

    In a losing effort against the Milwaukee Bucks in the conference semis, Durant went supernova, with averages of 35.4 points, 10.6 rebounds, 5.4 assists. 1.6 steals, and 1.1 blocks in 42.7 minutes per game.

    Durant’s contract with the Nets runs through 2025–26, so he’ll have time to assemble a jersey-retirement-worthy resume. While Joe Johnson had his moments in Brooklyn, when No. 7 rises o the rafters, it will be an isolated event for Kevin Durant alone.

    Statistics courtesy of Basketball Reference. and Big3.com. Contract information courtesy of Spotrac.

    RELATED: Kevin Durant and James Harden Played a Significant Role in a Franchise-Altering Nets Decision

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