Durant has double-double in homecoming in Washington, D.C.

Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant was not pleased with how his hometown Washington Wizards fans reacted the last time he was there. This time around, he’s taking it out on them.

Durant has helped the Thunder to have a 68-50 halftime lead. He’s also recorded a double-double in the first half.

It is the first-time since February 2013 against the Chicago Bulls that he has done this. It is the fifth-time in his career that he had pulled off his feat.

The Thunder are 4-0 in the previous games that Durant has registered a doe-double in the first half.

Durant, who will be a free agent this summer, is rumored to be linked to the Wizards, as he’s from Maryland. At the game last season, when he returned to his hometown area, almost everyone in attendance was pushing for him to come home.

He made it clear that he was disappointed with that when he was quoted about tonight’s game. It doesn’t appear like the fans have acted the same way this time around.

But early speculation is that he’ll re-sign with the Thunder, even though a lot of NBA insiders continue to say that he’ll sign with the Los Angeles Lakers.

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