Kevin Durant is back. After sitting out a year due to a torn Achilles suffered in the 2019 NBA Finals, one of the best scorers to ever walk the planet has returned.

Durant made his Brooklyn Nets debut Sunday night in a preseason battle with the Washington Wizards, in a 119-114 win.

KD played 24 minutes, going five of 12 from the field for 15 points. He would also chip in three rebounds, three assists and a pair of blocks.

The first bucket from the former league and Finals MVP came just 46 seconds into the game when he threw down a baseline dunk. 

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The game also brought a reunion of former teammates Durant and Westbrook, who now plays for the Washington Wizards, who shared a light-hearted moment before the game tipped. 

Looking forward to seeing more from Durant throughout the season.


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