November 2, 2011 by staff
“The Redskins need a quarterback,” Durant friend Randy Williams shouted, “and we have only found it”.
And why not? With the NBA lockout dragging its fourth month, not much for the superstar to do.
And that’s why that was in Stillwater, on a random Monday night, playing quarterback and safety of Sigma Oklahoma State football team flag Nu.
It all started early in the day, with a simple tweet Durant.
Durant: “This lock is very boring .. anyone playing football in Oklahoma City .. I have to run or something”
George Overbey, a member of Sigma Nu, I saw the tweet after school and decided to make a copy of Twitter to his favorite player, without waiting for an answer.
“About five minutes later I retweet it,” Overbey said. “He says, ‘Can you play?’ And I go, ‘Can you catch? ”
Through direct messages, concrete is removed and exchanged numbers. And there are Durant was on the outskirts of Overbey’s house, ready to wear the jersey Sigma Nu 35 KD.
“It took me and my friend,” said Overbey. “He has a big truck, big. I had a limo … When his car stopped at my house, I was like, ‘This is happening.”
And once Durant made his way to the intramural field, word spread quickly – there was an NBA superstar in Stillwater.
At the time Durant had intercepted the first of his three interceptions, the field was full. College students fill the room, police patrolling the area.
“This is probably the best moment of my life,” Overbey said. “It was a blast I’m happy … When is Lebron or Kobe -… The best basketball player in the world will come here and hang out with kids much is said about Stillwater Oklahoma City says much of Kevin Durant. I love being here. ”
As for Durant, who seemed quite happy with its performance.
From his Twitter: “I had fun playing Oklahoma football st soooo Shoutout my new friend (George Overbey) for inviting me threw 4 tds and had three whole!”
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