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FREE MOBI ↠ DOC Kd By Marcus Thompson 9781508284277 ↠ HELPYOUANTIB ✓ [PDF / Epub] ✅ Kd Author Marcus Thompson – Helpyouantib.co.uk Golden State Warriors insider and bestselling author Marcus Thompson delivers the definitive biography of one of the most extraordinary basketball players State Kevin Durant earned the coveted NBA Finals MVP award he was the Warriors' top scorer in every game of the 2017 Finals helping the team snatch the title from LeBron James and the defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers As a sports columnist for The Athletic Bay Area and longtime beat reporter covering t I absolutely loved this book I decided to read this book because I found it in my house while cleaning my room and I was in need of a new book to read anyway I thought while being in uarantine would be the perfect time to read it I thought this book was very inspiring and it helped motivate me and realize why I love basketball I made me want to work harder so I can be the best I can be in basketball The language in this book made it so that you could connect to Kevin Durant and all of his personal accomplishments It made me want to work so hard that I would get those accomplishments one day I recommend this book to anyone who plays basketball because it is very motivating

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Golden State Warriors insider and bestselling author Marcus Thompson delivers the definitive biography of one of the most extraordinary basketball players in NBA history Kevin Durant The NBA has never seen a player uite like Kevin Durant Larry Bird wasn't as uick Magic Johnson didn't have such a range and Mi Very few athletes who are stars in their sport no matter which one escape some type of controversy in their careers Kevin Durant is no exception as his decision to leave the Oklahoma City Thunder in 2016 to join the Golden State Warriors set off a furious reaction not seen since LeBron James left Cleveland to sign with the Miami Heat in 2010 The story behind Durant’s decision as well as a look into his complicated world is told in this excellent unauthorized biography by Marcus ThompsonHaving already penned one best selling book about a Golden State star Stephan Curry Thompson writes about Durant’s ascent to stardom from Prince George County in the Washington DC metro area or DMV for DCMarylandVirgina as the region is called throughout the book where he was not only competing but thriving in games against boys older than him The book then follows Durant to the University of Texas for his one spectacular season for the Longhorns which vaulted him to being the #2 pick in the NBA draft by the Seattle SuperSonics He had a fine rookie season being named the Rookie of the Year and followed the team when it moved to Oklahoma City This time in Durant’s career was my only negative takeaway from the book – there was far too little written about Durant’s time in Seattle almost like it never happened That is ironic because later when the Warriors and Sacramento Kings played an exhibition game in Seattle Durant was the recipient of much love from the Seattle fansWhile the reader will learn about Durant’s rise to superstar status while he was on Oklahoma City what the reader learns about Durant’s personality and the conflict between Durant’s inner feelings and the public off court persona he portrayed makes for some of the best reading in the book and why it is a compelling read In public Durant never showed any tattoos for a long time but he had a lot of ink with significant personal meaning on areas of his body where they would be hidden by clothing in public appearances Through interviews with other players and research Thompson achieves something difficult to do – providing the reader with an insightful look into an athlete who is still in the prime of his or her career without interviewing the subject Of course it has to be taken that this is the viewpoint of Thompson but it still comes across as a very interesting topic Thompson also discusses at length the most controversial part of Durant’s career – his decision to leave the Thunder two years after declaring he would never go elsewhere and sign with the Warriors who were already a championship team There are many reasons that have been discussed in the media before and Thompson addresses every one of them Much like Durant’s versatility in his game – a seven footer who has a great shooting touch and an explosive first step – Thompson writes about this controversy with much skill as the reader will finish this part of the book with an understanding of what Durant did That doesn’t mean those who were angry with this move will accept it – they will just become informed A great look inside the career of one of the best in the game today as well as a compelling read fans of today’s NBA will want to add this one to their libraries I wish to thank Atria Books for providing a copy of the book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

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Kd By Marcus ThompsChael Jordan wasn't seven feet tall Durant handles the ball like Allen Iverson shoots like Dirk Nowitzki and has the scoring instincts of Kobe Bryant He does it in a body that's about as big as Hakeem Olajuwon But ultimately Kevin Durant is like no one but himself After an incredible first season with Golden I grabbed this off the new biography shelf because I’m a big Warriors fan Enjoyed learning about his early years Basketball games in print are not exactly like watching a game on TV Was surprised when I Googled Kevin Durant to learn that he has left the Golden State Warriors for the Brooklyn Nets who I have never heard of I guess for 164 million he doesn’t care what I thinkHe seems like a good guy who has done many wonderful charitable things with his fortune I wish him luck with his new unknown team 😱I plan to read the Steph Curry book by the same author Steph is who turned me into a NBA Finals nut