Redskins' owner Dan Snyder gave a game ball to Kevin Durant
Oklahoma City Thunder forward and noted D.C. sports fan was on hand for Washington's win over the Jaguars on Sunday. Owner Dan Snyder showed his appreciation by sending Durant a game ball.
So many questions, though. Is that a ceremonial "game ball", or did they take the real ball and replace one side with the decorative panel you see there?
What does this mean for Durant's chances of signing with the Wizards?
Did Durant wearing a Robert Griffin III jersey have anything to do with RGIII dislocating his ankle? Can Durant play quarterback if Kirk Cousins goes down?
Is Dan Snyder trying to foster support for his team's name by showing a famous athlete is a fan?
- Dan Gartland