Kevin Durant has earned all sorts of accolades throughout his phenomenal career. He was a regular season MVP, a Final MVP, a fourfold champion, a nine-time All-Star, and he has a list of other awards too numerous to mention.
But this season he revises records of clearly dubious nature. On Thursday night, Durant returned to the lineup for the exhausted warriors after missing nearly two weeks with an injured rib. But that return came to an abrupt end in the first half against the Bucks when he was dropped by a referee after a no-call for obscenities.
It was a well-known result for Durant this season, for it was his fifth spur of the year, which put him in an equally notorious society, just behind Rasheed Wallace for most of the shoots in a single season, each of which piled up seven Seasons 2000 and 2001