Kevin Durant wants more after 2nd All-Star MVP: ‘I’ll try to keep racking them up’

first_img“That shows character, that shows what he’s about. So, to grind against Dirk for a couple of years in the playoffs, battling against him in the Western Conference all these years has been a treat.”He’s somebody that’s unguardable and created a shot that really can’t be blocked.”His legacy is going to live forever as a baller.” NBA All-Star Game 2019: Top 5 highlights from Team LeBron’s victory over Team Giannis LeBron James turns focus to Lakers playoff push after All-Star win Kevin Durant vowed to keep adding to his collection of individual prizes after being named the NBA All-Star Game’s MVP for a second time.The Warriors star racked up 31 points with seven rebounds and two assists to lead Team LeBron to a 178-164 victory over Team Giannis on Sunday in Charlotte.center_img “It’s cool to be out there with some of the best players to have ever played the game and to win MVP in front of my family and friends was pretty sweet. I’ll just try to keep racking them up I guess.”As a veteran now, coming back and winning another MVP is cool to put into the trophy case.”Following #TeamLeBron victory, @KDTrey5 shows off the #KiaAllStarMVP ! pic.twitter.com/8waZUWsQpm— NBA (@NBA) February 18, 2019And Durant paid tribute to Mavericks veteran Dirk Nowitzki, who likely played in his final All-Star Game amid rumors that this season — his 21st in the NBA — will be his last.”He is one of those guys where you see him have a tough Game 3 and bounce back in Game 4,” Durant said. Durant, who also won the award in 2012, has now scored 30 or more points in four All-Star games — an NBA record.”It’s all sweet to me. It’s hard to rank, everything’s special,” he said. Related Newslast_img

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