In preparation for tonight’s game between the Jazz and Thunder, I took a little trip down memory lane. The first time I saw Kevin Durant in person he was standing in the hallway at Salt Lake Community College getting ready go out on the floor for his summer league debut in the Rocky Mountain Revue. I’ve never met a nicer assassin. He carries himself with a calm, humble demeanor that belies his cold-bloodedness on the floor.
Let this post be my admission: Other than the Jazz, it’s all KD and the Thunder for me.
Coverage: FSN RM
7:00 PM local, April 6, 2010
EnergySolutions Arena, Salt Lake City, UT
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