Kevin Durant’s 2013-14 MVP season saw many highlights. KD was on another level and it seemed he was toying with opponents, like when he put Darrell Arthur in a blender with multiple crossovers.
Durant brought the ball up in this highlight and saw Arthur in his path. The Slim Reaper immediately backed up, as if licking his chops at the chance to cook Darrell. A hesitation move caught Arthur off-guard and a left-to-right crossover nearly toppled the Denver Nuggets big man. Arthur froze himself to the right and Durant easily went right-to-left before pulling up near the rim. Arthur tried recovering but ended up undercutting Kevin. The foul did nothing to bother Durant, as he banked the shot in for the and-1.
The sneakers Kevin Durant laced up for this highlight was the Nike KD 6. This is one of the lowest-cut sneakers in the KD line. The collar along with the asymmetrical lacing drew visual comparisons to soccer cleats. What carried over from the KD 5 was the heel Air and forefoot Zoom Air set up for added impact protection and responsiveness. A Hyperfuse upper featured Flywire strands embedded into the plastic material. This provided durability as well as added lockdown for a 1-to-1 fit.