Kevin Durant spent one year in Texas before testing his talents against NBA-caliber athletes. One year was all he needed. Already tearing it up on the hardwood floor, NBA sophomore Kevin Durant is also making noise in the sneaker world with Nike’s help. After introducing the lengthy baller’s second signature sneaker, the Nike KD2, a pair in a Creamsicle colorway was prepared for him and debuted against the Dallas Mavericks. But unless you’ve been lucky enough to score a pair, then you might not have gotten as good a look at them as you might have liked. Well, now there are detailed shots of this sneaker online that help highlight many of the shoe’s details. For example, on the midfoot strap and just above the midsole you will notice what resembles cement print in the creamsicle color. So check out detailed pictures of the Nike KD2 after the jump, and take a glance at what the reflective 3M material on this sneaker does depending on the angle you’re looking at it from and at which the light is hitting it.