Kevin Durant parents-American basketball player, Kevin Durant was born on September 28th, 1988 in Washington D.C in the United States of America.

On the eastern outskirts of Washington, D.C., in Prince George’s County, Maryland, Durant and his siblings spent their formative years. He started out exceptionally tall and grew to 6 feet tall while still in middle school.

When he was younger, Durant aspired to join Vince Carter’s Toronto Raptors, his favorite team and player. He was teammates with future NBA players Michael Beasley, Greivis Vásquez, and Ty Lawson while playing Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) basketball for multiple teams in the Maryland region. Durant is still close with Ty Lawson.

He started wearing the number 35 at this time in memory of his AAU coach Charles Craig, who died at the age of 35.

Durant switched to Montrose Christian School for his final year of high school basketball after playing two years at National Christian Academy and one year at Oak Hill Academy. Durant grew five inches (13 cm) before the start of the season and started the year at six feet seven inches (2.01 m).

He committed to the University of Texas at Austin before the season began. He admitted that he was considering Duke University, the University of Kentucky, and the University of Louisville and that he had been to the Universities of Connecticut and North Carolina.

He was recognized at the conclusion of the year as the Washington Post All-Met Basketball Player of the Year and the 2006 McDonald’s All-Most American’s Game Valuable Player.

Behind Greg Oden, he was largely regarded as the second-best high school talent in 2006. If the NBA had not instituted the one-and-done rule, Durant had declared for the 2006 NBA draft, in which his childhood favorite team, the Toronto Raptors, had the first overall choice.

For the Texas Longhorns in the 2006–07 college season, Durant, who was now 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) tall, averaged 25.8 points, 11.1 rebounds, and 1.3 assists per game. Texas had an overall record of 25-10 and a conference record of 12-4 at the end of the season.

Texas, which received a 4 seed in the NCAA Tournament, defeated New Mexico State in the first round, but USC upset them in the second round, despite Durant’s 30-point and 9-rebound effort.

Durant won the John R. Wooden Award, the Naismith College Player of the Year Award, as well as all eight other prestigious accolades and prizes for his exceptional play, making him the undisputed national player of the year.

Durant became the first rookie to get any national player of the year honors as a result. He announced his entry for the NBA draft after the season. The Longhorns later retired his No. 35 jersey.

Before joining the Golden State Warriors in 2016, he spent nine seasons with the team before it changed its name to the Oklahoma City Thunder in 2008. He won back-to-back NBA titles in 2017 and 2018.

He signed with the Nets as a free agent in the summer of 2019 after suffering an Achilles injury during the 2019 championships. One of the best players and scorers of all time is largely considered as being Durant.

High school potential Durant was actively recruited and was considered to be the second-best player in his class. He received multiple trophies at the end of the college season and was the first freshman to be voted Naismith College Player of the Year.

In his career, he has been recognized with two NBA titles, an NBA Most Valuable Player Award, two NBA Finals MVP Awards, two NBA All-Star Game Most Valuable Player Awards, four NBA scoring titles, the NBA Rookie of the Year Award, selection to ten All-NBA teams (including six First Teams), and selection to 12 NBA All-Star games.

Durant was selected for the NBA 75th Anniversary Team in 2021. [6] Durant is the most prolific scorer in the history of Team USA’s men’s Olympic basketball squad and has three Olympic gold medals to his name as a member of the American men’s national team (2012, 2016, and 2020).

At the 2010 FIBA World Championship, he also took home gold.
Durant is one of the highest-paid basketball players outside of the court, in part because of endorsement deals with brands like Foot Locker and Nike.

His charitable reputation has grown, and he frequently tops the league in both All-Star vote totals and jersey sales.

He has recently written and provided photographs to The Players’ Tribune. He made his acting debut in the movie Thunderstruck in 2012.

Durant was born to Wanda Durant and Wayne Pratt. His parents gave birth to three other kids namely; a daughter named Brianna and two sons; Rayvonne and Tony.

When Durant was a little child, Wayne abandoned the family; Wanda and Wayne eventually got divorced, and Durant was raised by his grandmother Barbara Davis along with his mother.

When he was 13 years old, his father returned and accompanied him on basketball tournament trips around the nation.