NEW YORK (KGO) -- Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant celebrated with his mother, Wanda Durant, moments after he helped his team win the NBA championship. It was truly a lifelong dream come true for both of them.
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"I felt fulfilled as a mom," Durant said today on "Good Morning America" about the winning moment. "When he gave the speech and he talked about me in the speech ... I felt like he got, he understood why I was the type of mother that I was."
She said that raising her two sons had its challenges.
"There were several times I wanted to quit, but the look in their eyes was what kept me going ... no matter how hard it was I just couldn't be a quitter for them," she said.
Wanda said she did her best to stay engaged as a single mother and demand the best from her two sons.
"I just taught him how to go beyond what was required and dig deeper."
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