By By Connor Letourneau MILWAUKEE — In November 2014, before a game against the Bucks at Bradley Center, Kevin Durant was working out on the floor when he noticed Milwaukee’s gangly second-year forward staring at him.
Durant knew that look because he had given it to numerous elite players early in his NBA career. As Durant hoisted shots throughout the court, Giannis Antetokounmpo kept his gaze fixed, studying each free throw, midrange jumper and three-pointer.
It was a reminder to Durant of the influence he has on younger players. Now in his 12th NBA season, he is intent on helping the league’s next generation [READ MORE HERE]
Source: SF Gate Sports