When will he win?
No matter what you call this shot, it?s becoming a major part of Durant?s repertoire.Having this midrange game is ideal because you can?t always get all the way to the rim. KD can make this shot, and with his size, it?s virtually unguardable. Tony Allen is perhaps the only defender who effectively takes this shot away?one guy out of 30 teams. That?s pretty ridiculous.
The Double Crossover
You can?t expect most 6-10 players to handle the ball like this, yet Durant routinely catches defenders with his patented double-crossover. Part of that is his ability to stay low, some is the threat of his deadly pull-up, but mostly it?s because of his freakish wingspan. A?7-4 wingspan lets KD show you the ball and then really
go. Durant uses this setup move as often as anyone.