The only thing keeping Durant from being #1 was the whole "can't miss prospect in Greg Oden. Once in a generation Center" blah blah blah.After playing two years of high school basketball at National Christian Academy and one year at Oak Hill Academy, Durant transferred to Montrose Christian School for his senior year, growing five inches before the start of the season and beginning the year with a height of six feet, seven inches. Prior to the start of the season, he committed to the University of Texas. At the conclusion of the year, he was named the Washington Post All Met Basketball Player of the Year, as well as MVP of the 2006 McDonald's All American Game. He was widely regarded as the second-best high school prospect of 2006.
And I wouldn't even say he was that much skinnier at Texas...
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In Masai we Trust.
If Bruno hits a step back 3 in Durants face, can we call the season a success?