Kendrick Perkins once again praised Kevin Durant for his excellent scoring skills, after the latter dropped 30 points against the Bucks.
Perkins has been impressed by how well Durant has been playing, despite his 18-month absence, due to an Achilles injury.
Perkins, an NBA champion and current ESPN analyst, called Durant ‘the best scorer’ in NBA history.
“Kevin Durant averaging 30 points a night on 54% shooting from the field coming off Achilles injury is INSANE…it also confirms what I’ve been saying for the last few year that he’s the BEST SCORER to ever touch the damn basketball!!! Btw Good morning my good people,” Perkins tweeted.
Durant is averaging 30.6 points (54.1% shooting, 48.4% from beyond the arc), 7.1 rebounds and 5.7 assists this season.