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by Robert Littal | Posted on Saturday, August 20th, 2011
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People have a hard time understanding this but I will try to explain it again. There is no right or wrong way to live your life as long as you aren’t hurting anyone or breaking any laws.

If you want to be a flashy, in the club and sleeping with 12 woman a night type of guy, there is absolutely nothing wrong with that as long as you are being safe. When I speak out about these type of activities it is more out of concern years down the line the athletes will be broke with 16 kids, not because they don’t have a right to floss.

Kevin Durant is a different type of guy, he gets applauded for that, but in reality he is just being himself which is all anyone can do.

KD is the type to bike around DC with an extreme Smedium helmet, because he isn’t trying to live up to your expectations. A lot of athletes front because they feel the need to impress, that isn’t being real that is being fake and most people can see right through it.

With that being said someone get KD a helmet that fits.

When twitter asked about it here is what KD had to say.

“Gotta b safe, being too cool will get u n trouble.”

Sounds like Screech from Saved by the Bell, before he grew up and started making porno movies and what not.

Here is the video of Durant putting on a show at the Goodman League vs. Drew League game.

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