NBA news: In latest training session Kevin durant looks healthy
NBA news: In latest training session Kevin durant looks healthy

Kevin Durant is easily one of the best basketball players in the world and, when he is healthy, some argue that he is actually the best.

While this could be the case, unfortunately, we have not been able to see it this year. Durant is currently out of season with a broken Achilles tendon that he suffered during the NBA Finals as a member of the Golden State Warriors.

Now, Durant is with the Brooklyn Nets, although he still has to dress for a single game. Anyway, fans are excited about his return, which will probably happen at the beginning of next season.

Kevin Durant tore his Achilles just eight months ago. But one of the best in the NBA already looks like his dominant and habitual self.

NBA news: In latest training session Kevin durant looks healthy
NBA news: In latest training session Kevin durant looks healthy

The video of one of Durant’s recent training sessions appeared Tuesday night.

The Nets striker drained three after three in a catch and shoots exercise and also showed impressive ball-handling in an isolation exercise with a defender.

Durant still has work to do, as he continues to rehabilitate himself from an injury.

But it is certainly beginning to resemble its former MVP. If Durant can produce for the Nets as he did for the Thunder and the Warriors, Brooklyn will be a major contender for the NBA Finals next season.

But the All-Star forward is scheduled to return at the beginning of the 2020-21 season as long as there are no major setbacks.

NBA fans have definitely missed Durant this season.
The 7-foot player will join Kyrie Irving in 2021. The duo of the Nets will undoubtedly be one of the best duos in the league.

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Brooklyn certainly expects both Durant and Irving to be completely healthy for the start of next season.

Kevin’s hard work made him a dominant and ungainly force in the AAU circuit and the powerful Oak Hill Academy basketball school. “I improved and I was known as a boy who was 6’10” and could haggle and throw a basketball.

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