The story behind Durant’s jersey

Let’s talk about Kevin Durant, before joining the Nets, he was in the Thunder and Warriors wear the jersey are 35. Why? It is to commemorate a very important person in his life, not his parents, but his initiation coach Craig. It can be said that without Craig’s teaching and help, there would be no Durant today. Durant’s father abandoned him and his mother together from the moment he was born and was nowhere to be seen.

#35 Kevin Durant Thunder Jersey & Warriors Jersey

It was Craig who gave Durant fatherly care from a young age, teaching him to play basketball, teaching him to deal with people and helping Durant grow. The company’s main business is to provide a wide range of products and services to the public.

#35 Kevin Durant  Warriors Icon Edition Jersey

In the history of the Nets, there are quite a few players who have worn the number 7 jersey in the past, counting 13 in total, namely Kevin Williams (1989), Pete Myers (1990), Kenny Anderson (1992-1996), Reggie Williams (1997), Earl Boykins (1999), Jeromy Morso (2005), Bos Jane Nachbar (2006-2008), Tony Batey (2010), Troy Murphy (2011), Sean Williams (2012), Armon Johnson (2012), Joe Johnson (2013-2016), Lin (2017-18).

#7 Kevin Durant Nets Jersey

It is not uncommon in the past for players to change jerseys after changing teams, but Durant has been wearing jersey number 35 for years, which has become his personal logo to some extent, and now changing his number is considered a huge change. There are also comments that what Durant is doing is following LeBron. For example, LeBron wanted to take control of his career, so he chose to go to the Heat, while Durant made a similar decision and joined the Warriors. LeBron started a production company, and Durant started one. LeBron went to Los Angeles, and Durant went to Brooklyn. LeBron changed his jersey number to #6 NBA jersey, and now Durant changed it to #7 NBA jersey.