Richard Jefferson says Warriors’ Kevin Durant ‘is the most unguardable human’ ever created
The Golden State Warriors have looked dominant in the playoffs so far, and a large part of that is because of All-Star forward Kevin Durant who has been an unstoppable force on the offensive end. During the regular season, the former MVP seems to take a back seat and allow his teammates to take over, but he appears to have taken the driver seat anew in the postseason.
A lot of people have noticed how no one has been able to contain Durant, who has averaged 35 points per game on an astounding 55 percent shooting from the field. He has also scored at least 35 points over the last three contests.
NBA analyst Richard Jefferson recently said that Durant is the most unguardable human being that’s ever been created.
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Richard Jefferson even said that Kevin Durant is more unguardable than Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant and LeBron James.
This is a pretty strong statement from Jefferson, considering the fact that he faced a prime Shaquille O’Neal in the NBA Finals back in 2002 when he was still playing for the New Jersey Nets. They were swept by the Los Angeles Lakers in that series, as Shaq dominated whoever guarded him on the post, and no one was able to stop him.
There are also other players that will come to mind when talking about the most unstoppable in the history of the league. Aside from MJ, Kobe, LeBron and Shaq, there are guys like Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and even Houston Rockets star James Harden.
However, there is no doubt Durant is making his case in that conversation. And unless the Rockets are able to stop him in Game 2, KD will just continue to dominate.