During the 2011 lockout, Kevin Durant hooped around the country in various leagues, and Nike launched a campaign "Basketball Never Stops" and had a commercial where KD was playing with any and all comers.
Well a writer in OKC ran into Durantula playing ball at a local YMCA with a group of his friends the day after Kevin put up 28 against the Clippers.
You'll be happy to hear that Durant was ignoring the No Dunking Allowed sign.
There Kevin Durant was, the morning after dropping 28 points in a late game against the Clippers, playing half-court ball with his buddies (each of them big enough to discomfort somebody sitting next to them on an airplane), talking noise and completely disregarding the “NO DUNKING ALLOWED” sign pasted to the window of the gym.
The Y employee at the desk made me promise not to bother him, so I checked out a ball and headed to the other end of the court to practice corner threes and otherwise pretend like one of the two greatest basketball players on the planet wasn’t at the other end performing feats of scoring magic that I normally can’t afford to watch up close.