Kevin Durant never stops playing basketball.
The Oklahoma City star has experienced a meteoric rise to the top of the NBA over the past few seasons, mainly thanks to his hard-working nature and competitive spirit, both of which have helped lift the Thunder to the top of the Western Conference.
While LeBron James was airing his own one-hour special, Durant was announcing his new contract extension on Twitter. The Texas product's team-first mentality is one that has won over fans and made him one of the biggest stars in the game of basketball, seemingly overnight.
Right now, most players are taking a vacation, but for Durant, it's just time to get back in the gym.
Durant recently took part in the Drew League, which mixes players from all levels of basketball, and needless to say, the two-time defending scoring champion took over.
The former Rookie of the Year got out on the break and threw the ball off of the backboard, to himself, slamming it through the hoop with one hand.
It was an impressive jam by Durant, but it still pales in comparison to his posterization of Brendan Haywood in the Western Conference Finals, where he got up and threw it down over the leaping big man for the hoop and the harm.
With all of the work Durant is putting in at the gym during the offseason, it's only a matter of time before he becomes the best player in basketball.
Only one question remains: when?