This is Rucker Park in Harlem and Kevin Durant was there last night to take part in a streetball game where legends can be made or solidified with performances that cause the kids to rush the court. Um, Durant had one of those games. He went for 66 and not all of those points came on stupid fast-break dunks. Here he is drilling three straight 3-point bombs that will totally make LeBron’s jaw drop.
“I always wanted to play in Rucker Park all my life,” Durant said in a postgame interview with park emcee Hannibal.
The performance was one of the best ever at the Rucker. Streetball legend Joe (The Destroyer) Hammond still holds the park record with 74 points and Steve Burtt Jr., set the EBC mark of 68 back in 2007. Sean Bell stopped the game with less than a minute to play after double and triple teams on Durant, who had 23 points at the half, failed. Durant played every minute of the game and quickly left the court to duck into a waiting black SUV.
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Premise of Video: Kevin Durant was in NYC and had some free time. Why not suit up for a pick-up game amongst streetballers?
Climax of Video: The vlogger reports this is from the 4th quarter, but guess who has the legs on a humid NYC night to elevate for jumpers?
Conclusion: Somewhere LeBron is dunking on a little kid to eliminate his ass from a game of Knockout. Yes, 66 in a game that matters very little. Amazing stuff.