Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant has many things to point to for his and the team's recent success to get over .500 for the first time this season. Durant can point to Kyrie Irving getting back into the swing of things, Joe Harris finding his shot, or the team being able to lock down on defense in the second half.
However, in the midst of averaging almost 38 points per game in his last four contests, Durant chose to point to something that isn't confined to any one player. Durant chose to point to coach Jacque Vaughn's approach to coaching in the present.
Here's what Durant thought of Vaughn's coaching emphasis after beating the Washington Wizards 113-107 on Wednesday:
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Story originally appeared on Nets Wire