After three seasons in New York, Kevin Durant is ready to move on.
Late last week, Durant shook up the NBA’s free agency spell when he officially announced he no longer wanted to play for the Brooklyn Nets and asked the franchise to trade him. It’s a shocking development for a team many considered the favorite to win most of last season, including the playoffs. Durant’s trade request was made following Kyrie Irving’s fallout with the club. Irving had exercised his player option for next season, but behind the scenes things had reached a tipping point, and now it seems entirely likely that KD and Kyrie will be traded elsewhere, and soon. As of this writing, a Kyrie-for-Russell Westbrook deal is being discussed, while the rest of the league assembles its best set of assets in hopes of landing Durant. No matter where Durant and Irving go, the Nets will once again go into rebuilding mode, something that seemed truly unfathomable not too long ago.
Which brings us to today’s quiz. In NBA history, 42 players have made at least 10 All-Star Games in their careers, including Durant, who made a dozen trips to the NBA’s mid-season superstar showcase. With that in mind, how many of those 42 players can you name in six minutes?