Kevin Durant extended his entertainment career beyond the world of professional basketball and into the star-studded realm of entertainment. In 2006, he began playing NCAA Basketball for the University of Texas. That same year, he was named MVP of the McDonald's All American Game. In 2007, he made his NBA debut with the Seattle SuperSonics, moving with the team when they became the Oklahoma City Thunder in 2008 and leading them to the NBA finals in 2011. At the 2012 Olympics in London, Durant won a gold medal with the U.S. Olympic Basketball team. That same year, Durant starred as himself in the family comedy "Thunderstruck" (2012), in which he switched bodies with a klutzy adolescent. Continuing his career with the Thunder, Durant led the league four times in points per game between 2010 and 2014. He also starred in and co-produced the TV documentary "The Offseason: Kevin Durant" (HBO, 2014-15).