“I really am 6’10. I’m not going to lie”: Kevin Durant responds sharply to accusations that he’s untruthful about real height, shows his proofs that no on dares to deny

Kevin Durant’s height has always been a mystery. He entered the NBA with a registration of 6’10, or 2m08. However, there are many things that indicate that he is even taller, up to 7′ or 2m13.

One of the greats reached a new stratosphere and was seen at Footprint Center. The league has been aware of the dangers ever since the Phoenix Suns’ “Big 3” made their debut. Seldom does the three-headed snake miss.

They obviously succeeded in their matchup with the Indiana Pacers today. Kevin Durant went all out and accomplished something for the first time in the Suns organization’s history in order to defeat the Pacers without Haliburton.

Durant continued to lead the Eastern Conference with 40 points. Bradley Beal’s effective 25 points helped the Suns hold onto their first-quarter advantage. Phoenix has now won each of their past five games handily and without any difficulty. KD tormented the inexperienced Indiana side all night long by leading the charge.

The Pacers have dropped their last three games after making a trade for Pascal Siakam. In general, even while trailing by a little margin, the side remains composed. According to NBA analytics, they have the third-best offensive rating during crunch situations. But when a 7-foot player with unusual movement and a scoring instinct is let loose, what do they do? Is he truly seven feet tall, though?

Kevin Durant clarifies his real height

Despite being 35 years old, Kevin Durant hasn’t aged at all on the court. His lengthy, wiry build makes him nearly hard to contain. The scoring virtuoso performed one of his most tasteful offensive performances at the Phoenix stadium tonight. He outscored the Pacers by forty points. His enormous performance allowed the Suns to hold onto a seven-point advantage.

He executed his offense perfectly and on time. He made Suns history by becoming the first player to score 40 points without trying a single free throw. This was just the fourteenth time an NBA player has reached that particular milestone. In other words, Durant was unstoppable this evening.

It came as little surprise when the NBA world turned upside down. With its lethal trio, the Suns are gradually becoming to resemble the title candidates that people had assumed they would be. Many uncertainties are being dispelled based on their joint success. Nonetheless, the NBA community has been perplexed about one issue for years.

Durant’s height is known to us, but to what extent? There have been rumors that the NBA labeled him incorrectly and that he is a 7-footer. Some say that 6’10 is the appropriate height. Kevin Durant is the only person who really knows. In the post-game press conferences, he so addressed the matter.

“I really am 6’10”,” he told the curious reporter. “I’m not going to lie if it’s not seven feet. I play big, I got long arms so it looks like it. I have to guard seven-footers sometimes but I am 6’10” 

Nevertheless, neither 6’10” nor 7’5″ would account for Kevin Durant’s ability to move as he does on the court. He can quickly outpace his defenders due to his amazing agility and quickness. Deviating from the conventional model, the Slim Reaper possesses unparalleled midrange skill and is capable of shooting freely on any given night in the NBA.

Therefore, the three inches in height would have no bearing. He plays “big,” as Durant put it, but his presence on the field is much more than that.

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