Basketball Gods: LeBron, Kevin Durant and the Warriors are back on the court, so why not share the latest news from the league?
The book is about the best teams in the NBA, which is why it’s packed with interviews with some of the best players in the league.
LeBron James: LeBron’s the man, KD’s the star, and Curry’s the one who keeps it all together.
Plus, a look at how the Warriors and LeBron got to where they are today.
LeBron and KD: KD and LeBron have played together for more than a decade, and the two have developed into two of the greatest players in league history.
They’ve also developed their friendship over the years, which has allowed the two to stay close and productive in the face of adversity.
Kevin Durant: Kevin Durant is one of the most dominant players in NBA history, and he has built a legacy on both ends of the floor.
He’s won five NBA championships, helped lead the Thunder to their fourth title, and even had his own Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the end of the 2015-16 season.
He has a knack for playing the game the right way and being one of just a handful of players to average more than 20 points, five assists and two steals per game during the regular season.
Curry: Curry is the best all-around player in the world, and it’s no wonder why.
His passing ability is so unique, and his ability to make plays all over the floor is unmatched.
He can create his own shot, defend his man, and also defend a perimeter player.
And while he’s only 20 years old, he’s already established himself as one of best players of his generation.
And with his future still in question, there’s no denying that he’s a very good player.
The book gives you all the details about Curry and Durant, including their journey from high school coach to NBA superstar, their friendship, and how they’re trying to make the NBA team as soon as possible.
The book is written by Chris Mannix, a longtime NBA writer for ESPN, and has been edited by Brian Windhorst, ESPN’s senior vice president of basketball.
Read more about the book at ESPN.com.
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