Durant displays more versatilityThroughout the Thunder’s seven preseason games, Kevin Durant turned heads by showing more of an all-around offensive game. After being primarily a 3-point shooter in his rookie year, Durant improved his mid-range game and got to the free-throw line more last season. But in addition to his 3-point shooting and mid-range game, Durant is now showing he’s added a better post game and is better at taking his man off the dribble. "He’s a special player offensively, and he can score in so many different spots,” said Thunder coach Scott Brooks. "I like to sprinkle him along the court in different spots and not let a team get tuned into one area. He has worked on his strength all summer long, and it’s showing ... He’s a great threat that we have, and we utilize him as much as we can.”
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