Kevin Durant Steps Out Into San Francisco and Discusses the City's Culture

Kevin Durant has been everywhere.

Despite having many stamps in his passport and who knows the number of airline miles he's racked up, he makes it a point to get out and experience different places when he's traveling.

"I feel like when I walk outside, no matter where I am, I get a jolt of energy from somebody -- that's greatness to me," Kevin Durant told UNINTERRUPTED's new video series, Fly By -- Durant's teammate, Quinn Cook joined him

On this particular tour, KD is in San Francisco where he makes some iconic stops including Mister Jiu's off Waverly Place with executive chef Brandon Jew talking to the two Warriors players about culture and the food they serve at his restaurant. 

The restaurant is well-known within the area -- just ask a San Francisco local -- they've probably heard of it. 

They then stopped by Hyde Street Studios in the Tenderloin District with Studio Owner Michael Ward. 

"I feel like music is therapy," Durant said. 

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You can watch the clip in its entirety, here:

It's pretty great, you get to witness a different side of Durant. 

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