Kevin Durant Nailed A Tough Three-Pointer To Beat The First Quarter Buzzer

11.16.16 1 year ago

On Wednesday, the Golden State Warriors traveled north of the border to meet one of the Eastern Conference’s hottest teams, the Toronto Raptors. It was a relatively quick start for both squads as the Raptors led the Warriors 38-31 with just a few seconds remaining in the opening period, until Kevin Durant pulled up and knocked down a difficult three-pointer to close the gap heading into the second quarter.

Durant has 19 first-half points to lead Golden State and has converted seven of his 11 field goal attempts so far, including 3-of-6 from behind the arc.

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