Kevin Durant looks like he's enjoying his summer, to say the least. The two-time NBA scoring champion turned up at the Melo Center in Baltimore on Monday and put on yet another jaw-dropping display for hoops fans during a pro-am game.
After a couple missed dunks by the opposing team, Durant showed his competitors how it's done. The rangy scoring machine received the ball on a fast break and threw it down with an incredible reverse dunk, sending the crowd into a frenzy.
While the outlook for the 2011-2012 NBA season has grown darker over the course of the last few months (well, unless you ask LeBron James), the talismanic leader of the Oklahoma City Thunder has been showing off his prodigious skills from coast to coast, dominating in Los Angeles and silencing hecklers in New York. Notably, he dropped 66 points at Harlem's famous Rucker Park, coming two points shy of the Entertainer's Basketball Classic record.
ESPN's Marc Stein reports that Durant may also be preparing to play overseas in the event of an extended lockout. According to Stein, Durant's agent said they are in the "early stages of contract negotiations" with Besiktas, the same Turkish team that signed all-star point guard Deron Williams.
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