With pundits predicting the loss of James Harden will derail the Thunder's NBA title hopes, Kevin Durant begs to differ.
"A lot of people say that," Durant told the Los Angeles Times. "I don't want to be arrogant or nothing, but I think I can fill that void. I can put the ball in the basket. That's what I was born to do.
"Some nights they need me to do that, some nights we don't need me to do that. But when the time comes, Coach [Scott Brooks] is going to call my number and I've been practicing my whole life to come through. So we'll see what happens."
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