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Durant: 'It's My Time to Go'

Durant takes his skills to the NBA (AP/Ty Russell)

He concedes it was the toughest decision he has ever made. Ultimately, the opportunity to immediately realize a lifelong dream prompted Longhorn All-American Kevin Durant to declare for NBA Draft Tuesday.

"It was tough because I didn't want to leave my teammates," Kevin Durant said, "but I had to make the right decision for myself. I think my teammates and my coaches understood that. It (playing in the NBA) has been my dream for a while. I felt like I was ready." Durant said he finally reached his decision Sunday night after returning from Los Angeles where he became the second Texas player in... Recommended Stories

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