August 9, 2021

Kevin Durant and his bride-to-be had a tough day.

Durant was in a wedding gown, and he was a bit stressed out by the reception.

He went to a friend’s apartment to watch a movie, and a few minutes later he called his wife to tell her the news.

“It was definitely a tough decision,” Durant told The Associated Press in an interview Tuesday.

He also said the bride-of-only-two-years is more than capable of running her own business.

Derek Clemens hairdressing shop is the first-ever NBA player-owned business.

(Courtesy Derek Clemens)”She was a super sweet lady, and she’s a really good lady,” Durant said.

This was his fourth wedding, and the first time Durant and Clemens had a ceremony in the same place.

It was the perfect combination for Durant, who loves to hang out with his former teammates, but also knows he has to get away from the pressure of being the face of the team.

“This was my first wedding and my first NBA season,” Durant added.

The Thunder forward said he’s excited to be able to open his own shop, and that he is very thankful to his wife for her hard work and support.

Durance also said he hopes to create a tradition of getting married at his house.

A few years ago, he and his wife did something that was something that he hadn’t done in 20 years.

They bought a house in the area.

He said he had a few friends and family members over, and they all loved the experience.

He said he was able to buy a new home, and get a new lease.

“I just wanted to live a little more, be a little less stressed out,” Durant explained.

Kevin Durant and wife Rebecca are planning their wedding next month.

(Getty Images) Duran said he would like to take the next step in his life.

After getting married, he said he wants to have a family, and be able, as he put it, to “be a little happier.”

He said this will come later this year, after he has some time to think about it.

At the same time, Durant is happy with how things have gone.

“I’m happy with the wedding.

I’m happy that my wife is happy.

I love this business,” Durant, 32, said.

“It was fun.

It wasn’t stressful at all.

It’s a good time for me to be around my family and enjoy life.”

Durant said he is also looking forward to his business days.

He has been on the road a lot, and is enjoying his time with his friends and his girlfriend.

“We’re going to be here for the holidays, and we’re going have a little vacation.

We’re going be together for a little while,” Durant joked.

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