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In case you've been living under a rock for the last seven months -- Kevin Durant left Oklahoma City and signed with the Warriors.
After 52 games with his new team, what is Durant's favorite thing about playing for Golden State?
"I just think being able to play with so many guys that can play-make," Durant told The Ringer's Bill Simmons. "We got Draymond, Steph, Klay, myself, Shaun Livingston, Andre Iguodala, Pat McCaw, Ian Clark. Down the line we got guys that can play-make.
"So it's not like I have to have the ball in my hands all the time ... I can run around, find the open spot and catch-and-shoot -- because that's what I really like to do. That's how I started playing -- catching and shooting -- and I think that's what I'm dangerous at."
When he won the MVP in 2013-14, Durant shot 39 percent on "catch-and-shoot" attempts overall, per NBA.com.
Last year, that number rose to 44.3 percent. This year? Durant is at a 47.8 percent clip.
Looking at 3-pointers specifically this season, Durant is shooting 42.3 percent on catch-and-shoot attempts, and 24.7 percent on pull-up 3s (off the dribble).
The Warriors are averaging 31.2 assists per game. The 2015-16 Thunder registered 23.1 assists per night.
It's not a surprise that Durant is shooting a career-best 53.7 percent from the field.
"I feel like having a lot of playmakers is something that's definitely fun to play with," Durant told Simmons. "It's just something new every night ... we're unpredictable. So many guys that can score."