A few months after his recent victory in the 2017 NBA Finals, basketball superstar and Golden State Warriors player Kevin Durant was reportedly given honor through a homecoming celebration. According to Basketball Nations Club, the NBA star was treated to a victory parade in Maryland last Thursday.

Seat Pleasant, a city in Prince George Country, is the venue of his homecoming celebration. The communities in the area organized a parade for the basketball champion, complete with marching bands and festivals, the report said. Moreover, Prince George County has also declared August 17 as “Kevin Durant Day” to honor his success in the recent NBA championships.

There were several logistical concerns because of issues with security and city safety permits according to Basketball Nations Club. Though the festival part of the event was reportedly postponed, the city pushed through with the rest of the celebration.

From OKC to Warriors

Durant was among the greatest contributors to the victory of his team during the 2017 NBA championships. In addition to his NBA Championship, Durant was also awarded the Bill Russell NBA Finals Most Valuable Player Award. This recognition honored his achievements as he took the Golden State Warriors towards basketball's the most coveted title.

The former Oklahoma City Thunder small forward was also Warriors’ top scorer in all the games during the finals.

He had an average of 35 points, 84 rebounds, and five assists. He scored a field goal of 60 of 102. Durant was moved as a free agent from the Oklahoma City Thunder to his new team, the Golden State Warriors.

During this year’s championships, the Warriors won 4-1 against the defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers top-billed by another hoops superstar LeBron James.

Durant's team secured a 129-120 win at the Oracle Arena during the finals.

New updates

According to ESPN, Durant recently made some comments on the Trump administration, following other celebrities who have also done the same. The basketball player told the sports website that he will not grant any invitation at the White House should the Warriors be invited to come over.

The Finals MVP stated he does not agree with what President Donald Trump agrees with, and does not respect "whoever is in office" right now. He added that he wants to serve as the voice of his community, and of people dealing with oppression, ESPN reported. Fans are excited on what lies ahead of the MVP's basketball career.