by Trevor Freeman
For the next month and a half, Kevin Durant will be inundated with people whispering that he would be a fool to not declare for the NBA Draft. They will tell Durant about the $70 million that Nike will throw at him. Agents will give him the same treatment that “Vinny Chase” got when he cruelly decided to explore the option of replacing “Ari Gold”. Writers will talk about how if the goal of college is to get a great education so you can get a good job, that Durant has already done enough to accomplish this goal. What nobody has done is articulate the other side. The reasoning for why he should stay in school. That’s where I come in. So Kevin, if you’re reading make sure you take the following five things into account before voting “yes” on the money and “no” on Texas.