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Draymond Green Reveals What Impressed Him The Most In Kevin Durant: "He Literally Does Every Single Move When He's On The Basketball Floor At Game Speed."

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Kevin Durant is one of the best isolation scorers in the league, and he is clearly the face of the Brooklyn Nets. He is a multiple-time scoring leader and a multiple-time Finals MVP, and it is clear that he will go down as one of the best players of this generation.

He is on the Brooklyn Nets currently, but his championships were won with the Golden State Warriors. One of his teammates during his time in the Bay was Draymond Green.

Recently, Draymond Green revealed the most impressive thing about Kevin Durant, and that is the fact that he executes everything at game speed. He claimed that Durant doing that "is the most insane thing I've ever seen from a basketball player".

Kevin has this one thing about him that I think is the most insane thing I've seen from a basketball player.

Every coach, anybody who's anybody has this old cliche saying: "Every move you make in your workout it needs to be game speed". I feel like personally that this is one of the most cliche sayings that anyone can come up with, except for Kevin.

He literally does every single move when he's on the basketball floor at game speed. Whether he's just coming out and warming up, whether he's an hour and a half into the workout.

Every single move every time he steps on the floor is at game speed. I think it is the most incredible thing in the world because no-one does that.

Having the habit of doing all moves at game speed is definitely a good thing for Kevin Durant. It is clear that he wants to be great, and his commitment to doing that shows his dedication to his craft and his game.

Coach Ime Udoka of the Boston Celtics once claimed that watching Kevin Durant practice during the Olympics benefited Jayson Tatum and we can see why. It is clear that Kevin Durant wants to continuously improve, and he is not content with stagnating as a player.