Kevin Durant Says He Destroys Kyrie Irving In One on Ones “I’m Supreme At What I Do”

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Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant took to Twitter on Saturday afternoon to discuss hoops on Twitter Space with fans. During the session, the time Finals MVP was a bunch of different questions, including one-on-one games like with teammates Kyrie Irving and James Harden in practice.

“Last summer me and Kyrie [Irving] got a lot of ones in and I was doing a lot of cooking on him. Like really destroying him one on one… But James we really didn’t get it in just yet. Probably after the Olympics and stuff, but me and Kyrie, we had some nice battles. I won the majority of them because you know I’m supreme at what I do, but Kyrie definitely challenged me,” said Durant.

“Coming back from my Achilles having to guard someone like Kyrie in the workout where he is creative with unlimited dribbles there were definitely so battles for sure. But, I am definitely get that w.”

Kevin Durant is currently playing for Team USA after falling short in game seven of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Milwaukee Bucks. Speaking of the Bucks, they are one game away from winning their second championship in franchise history.

As for Kevin Durant finished the regular season, averaging 26.9 points, 7.1 rebounds, and 5.6 assists per game in 35 games.

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Written by Landon Buford

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