Born on September 29, 1988, Kevin Wayne Durant Jr. is an NBA player with the Brooklyn Nets. He was picked by the Seattle Supersonics in the 2007 NBA Draft and played nine seasons with the franchise that changed its name to the Oklahoma City Thunder in 2008. He then signed with the Golden State Warriors in 2016 and won back-to-back championships for them in 2017 and 2018.
Durant has won two NBA championships, an NBA MVP Award, two Finals MVP Awards, an NBA Rookie of the season, and two Olympic Gold medals. He is also one of the highest-earning basketball players off the court, thanks to his various endorsement deals, and has an excellent philanthropic reputation. In 2012, Kevin Durant starred in the film 'Thunderstruck'. In past years, he has also contributed as a photographer and writer to The Players' Tribune.
Kevin Wayne Durant Jr.
September 29, 1988
Won championships with
Golden State Warriors
Seattle Supersonics (now Oklahoma City Thunder)
How many rings does Kevin Durant have?
Kevin Durant has 2 championship rings, both with the Golden State Warriors, consecutively in 2017 and 2018.
What years did Kevin Durant Rings win his championship rings?
2017 Golden State Warriors vs. Cleveland Cavaliers: This season went good for the Warriors, who had acquired free agent Kevin Durant in the offseason. The team was hailed as 'Superteam', forming a new All-Star Big four with Durant, Stephen Curry, Draymond Green, and Klay Thompson. Durant scored an average of 35 points per game in the finals, the most for any player in the series. He also won the MVP Award. The Warriors won the series 4-1.
2018 Golden State Warriors vs. Cleveland Cavaliers: The Warriors continued their winning streak with Durant, who had maintained his excellent form. Durant was titled NBA Finals MVP for the second year consecutively. The Warriors won the series 4-0. He scored an average of 28.8 points per game, the highest for a player in the series, and an average of 10.8 rebounds a game.
How many rings does Kevin Durant have vs. LeBron?
LeBon James leads with four victories to Kevin Durant's two.
“Skilled and being better are different things, are they better than Pip and Jordan? No, are they better than Shaq and Kobe? No” - Shannon Sharpe on Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant being the most skilled duo of all time