Where does http://Kevindurant.com” target=”_blank”>Kevin Durant go during the off season? One thing for certain, its not some R/R time at http://disneyworld.disney.go.com” target=”_blank”>Disney World. After a quick meet and greet tour in China on behalf of http://nikebasketball.com” target=”_blank”>Nike Basketball, the NBA scoring champion took the opportunity to play at Harlem’s Rucker Park Monday night. In part to fulfill his life-long dream, Durant join a roster of super stars – Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Julius Erving and Kobe Bryant, all took part in pick-up games at the consecrated ground of street ball. None, though, matched Durant’s performance with a score of 66 points to lead his hometown street ball team of DC Power, 8 points shy of Rucker Park’s record of 74 points by the playground legend Joe “The Destroyer” Hammond. Expect video loop to be on this week’s http://search.espn.go.com/sports-center/” target=”_blank”>ESPN Sports Center highlight of the week reel and once again proof why the shooting guard of http://nba.com/thunder” target=”_blank”>Oklahoma City Thunder is the http://nba.com” target=”_blank”>NBA player to watch in the next season.