New York Knicks legend and two-time champion ring winner, Walt Frazier, has recently passed through the SiriusXM NBA microphones where he has talked at length about the two most dominant players in the game today. Among the many topics addressed is Kevin Durant, loved and hated equally since his landing at the Golden State Warriors.
Durant opted in the summer of 2016 to end his stage in Oklahoma City and, to the surprise of many, joined a Golden State Warriors that just fell in the Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers by 4-3. In two courses at Oakland Bay he has twice won the NBA (2017 and 18) and in both Finals, he has been MVP.
Under the orders of Steve Kerr, he has played 130 official games with averages of 25.7 points, 7.5 rebounds, 5.1 assists and 40% from the 3-point line in 33.8 minutes on the court.