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Kevin Durant's year at the University of Texas as a member of the Longhorns was one of the most memorable for any player in NCAA history. He averaged 25.8 ppg with 11.1 rpg during that season and had four separate 37 point games, also he scored at least 20 points in 30 games. He received the most awards ever as a college freshman by being awarded the NABC Division 1 Player of The Year, the Oscar Robertson Trophy, the Adolf. F. Rupp Trophy, Associated Press College Player of The Year, Naismith Award, and the John R. Wooden Award being the first time a freshman would win each of these awards. These feats made him arguably the best college freshman of all time and when he was drafted to the Seattle Supersonics the University of Texas retired his #35 jersey after just one year with the school.
The KD VI (6) model was designed with the inspiration of a wrist watch, aesthetically minimal and elegant while having a very specific functional purpose. The upper features a double layer Hyperfuse material that is infused with the newest and strongest Flywire technology. The outsole is made of a hexagonal ("Six" sided) traction pattern thats dual layered to offer extra support at specific high impact zones. One can expect the best fit and extra comfort on this model due to the new overlapping tongue design which creates a sort of wrap around the upper foot lacing area. There is also the cool new logo which creates an optical illusion subtly including the # 35 and the # 6 within it's negative space. This "Texas" color way truly standouts with its mostly green glow speckled look which really make it stand apart from the rest of the KD6 releases we've seen. True Kevin Durant fans be sure to add this pair to your collection.