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Kevin Durant Can’t Watch is a photoshop meme based on a picture of American professional basketball player Kevin Durant sitting on the court and facing the opposite direction as his Oklahoma City Thunder teammate Russel Westbrook threw three foul shots during the final seconds of their NBA Playoff game against the Los Angeles Clippers in May 2014.
On May 13th, 2014, the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Los Angeles Clippers in an NBA Playoff match with three foul shots by Thunder guard Russell Westbrook during the last minute of the game. As Westbrook took his shots on the free throw line, Thunder’s small forward and star player Kevin Durant sat down on the basketball court and looked the other way.
In the early hours of the next morning, NBA writer Matt Moore challenged Twitter users to photoshop a picture of Durant seated on the court.
Photoshop contest! Huge events behind KD! RT
mikepradasbn</a> Ronald Martinez/Getty Images <a href="http://t.co/M364pQ2Yjp">pic.twitter.com/M364pQ2Yjp</a></p>— Hardwood Paroxysm (HPbasketball) May 14, 2014
The same day, Twitter user Alessandro Miglio replied to Moore with a photoshopped picture of the Hindenburg disaster with Durant superimposed into the foreground.
Several hours later, managing editor of the sports blog SBnation tweeted an edited version of a 1964 photograph of professional boxer Muhammad Ali standing over downed opponent Sonny Liston with Durant seated in the boxing ring. In the coming days, several news sites published compilations of notable Durant photoshops, including Mashable, Fox Sports, Bleacher Report and News OK.
Kevin. Behind you pic.twitter.com/FFfyt4iEPa— Brian Floyd (@BrianMFloyd) May 14, 2014
Bleacher Report – Internet has a field day creating Kevin Durant Cant Watch photoshops
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