Childhood is already hard enough without adding the difficult task of scoring on Kevin Durant.
Resting comfortably next to getting Mogwais wet and feeding them after midnight on the list of life's horrible ideas is trying to score on Durant.
As you can see from his tenacity, there is no offseason—even when the opponents have mommy-sanctioned bed times.
Some of you less fun folk might call out Durant for being a big bully and not letting these kids score on him. In reality, this is hilarious.
It's easy to assume each and every kid came away from the exchange marveling at how huge this superstar basketball player is and how wonderful it was to see him send their shots to the back of the gymnasium.
Now, in case you up-and-coming basketball players didn't learn the first time, Durant posted another video with similar results.
Essentially, he blocks a kid's shot and then tosses the ball away to illustrate his dominance. If the NBA would allow players to do such things during actual games, we might watch every single contest in the dead of January.
According to Sports Illustrated's Ben Golliver, the videos were taken this week during the Kevin Durant Basketball ProCamp in Norman, Okla., and according to the video footage, it was a whole lot of fun.
While funny, we now sit and wait for the offseason to conclude so Durant can finally pick on somebody his own size.
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