Kevin Durant and the Brooklyn Nets were completely dominant in Game Two against the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday night.
Durant led the charge for the Nets all night long, scoring a game high 32 points in the team’s 125-86 win. After the game, KD was asked if he thought he’d be able to come back this strong after missing the entirety of the 2020 season with an achilles injury.
Needless to say, Kevin Durant didn’t care much for the reporters’ question.
“Is that a real question?” he asked.
"Is that a real question? Of course I did!" – KD pic.twitter.com/8scgBITrYz
— CJ Fogler #BlackLivesMatter (@cjzero) June 8, 2021
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I get the question here, but I’m not sure there were many people who worried that Kevin Durant would be able to get back to elite level after his injuries.
Durant is still only 32-years-old, and he’s proven throughout his Hall-of-Fame career that he is one of the most skilled players in the history of the game.
Kevin Durant has the Brooklyn Nets well-positioned to win a championship this season. And it looks more and more unlikely that anybody in the NBA is capable of stopping these high-powered Nets.