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Germany: NBA superstar Kevin Durant visits Berlin02:04

Germany: NBA superstar Kevin Durant visits Berlin

Germany, Berlin
September 11, 2015 at 08:31 GMT +00:00 · Published

American basketball player and Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant gave a press conference at a Nike store in Berlin, Thursday, as part of his current European tour.

Speaking about his career in front of an eager group of fans in the German capital’s Charlottenburg district, Durant stated that it was “amazing knowing that I can have an impact all across the world by doing something which I love.”

He also discussed his sponsorship deal with Nike, saying that he loved the XL sunrise and sunset package which are soon to be released to the public. The NBA star also went on to inspect a replica model of himself, created from a body scan of Durant, which will stay at the Berlin shop as a reminder of the basketball player’s visit.

Earlier in the day Durant inaugurated a basketball court that helped build in Berlin, and following the press conference went on to visit the sold-out match between Germany and Spain in the EuroBasket 2015 tournament.

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American basketball player and Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant gave a press conference at a Nike store in Berlin, Thursday, as part of his current European tour.

Speaking about his career in front of an eager group of fans in the German capital’s Charlottenburg district, Durant stated that it was “amazing knowing that I can have an impact all across the world by doing something which I love.”

He also discussed his sponsorship deal with Nike, saying that he loved the XL sunrise and sunset package which are soon to be released to the public. The NBA star also went on to inspect a replica model of himself, created from a body scan of Durant, which will stay at the Berlin shop as a reminder of the basketball player’s visit.

Earlier in the day Durant inaugurated a basketball court that helped build in Berlin, and following the press conference went on to visit the sold-out match between Germany and Spain in the EuroBasket 2015 tournament.