Kevin Durant has finally secured an NBA title and is now free to enjoy his Summer as a newly crowned champion. In addition to what he accomplished on the court, he seemed to be keeping busy with other projects as well. He made headlines last year when he decided to leave Oklahoma City and head to Golden State, and part of that journey has been documented for the world to see. A new documentary has just emerged titled "Still KD: Through the Noise" which chronicles his road to his first NBA Championship.

The film was produced by Avacados and Coconuts in association with Must Be Something, and directed by Brandon Loper, and it documented the time from the beginning of the playoffs in mid-April all the way through to the championship parade. Kevin Durant's mother Wanda Durant was tapped for commentary, along with Steve Nash, Rick Barnes, Scott Brooks and more. The 35 minute feature is available now online via Youtube and other sources for your viewing pleasure.

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