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Kevin Durant 'Rehabs' Achilles Injury With a Bunch of Scantily Clad Women on a Yacht

NEW YORK, NY - JULY 24:  Professional basketball player Kevin Durant speaks to students during the KD Build It and They Will Ball court ceremony on July 24, 2017 in New York City.  (Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images for Kevin Durant Charity Foundation)
KD Build It And They Will Ball Court Ceremony | Cindy Ord/Getty Images

It would appear that Kevin Durant and...the rest of the freaking world have different definitions of "rehabbing." We just assumed working one's way bacl from a torn Achilles would involve months of physical therapy and light weight exercises, as is the case with the majority of professional athletes.

Well, for the two-time NBA Finals MVP and new star of the Brooklyn Nets, it means something entirely different: the occasional massage on a yacht off the Amalfi Coast surrounded by models who are sporting a series of highly revealing bikinis.

Nice work if you can get it.

It sure looks like that Achilles tendon is doing just fine, no? Make no mistake about it, folks, the Slim Reaper is clearly healthy enough to caper around on a yacht with a bunch of models.

Does anybody else find it borderline hysterical that KD is just sitting (at times standing) on the boat watching all the ladies jump into the sea like it's a spectator sport?

What's even the point?

We can't deny the fact that it's probably good for his mental health, but this can definitely go down as one of the most "non-traditional" forms of injury recovery we've seen.