Kevin’s first season as a Supersonic was pretty good for him, averaging 20 points and 4 rebounds a game and he won NBA Rookie of the Year. On the other hand, the teamed could barely win games. They only won 20 games Durant’s first year playing. The following year the team’s owner Clay Bennett made some changes. He moved the team to Oklahoma City. The new team was now the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The Oklahoma City drafted and acquired a few good players and the team became better. They ended the season with 50 plus wins and made the playoffs in the process. Kevin begin to make his mark, he became a leader the Thunder very quickly. Becoming the go to guy, eyes were on when games were close. He often made clutch shots and scored points to put them in a position to win the game. Averaging an amazing 30 points per game at 21 years old, Kevin Durant became the youngest player in NBA history to win the Scoring Title. He also set a team franchise record with 2, 472 points.
During the 2011-12 basketball seasons Kevin went on a tear, scoring his career high of 51 points against the Denver Nuggets. Up until now, KD has some had some major accomplishments and achievements he has accomplished throughout his entire basketball career. His career is far from over and is already considered one of the best basketball players in the world, and eventually will be one of the greatest of all time.