The Super Bowl is known to have the biggest stars in attendance. Some sit in the stands some sit in the expensive luxury box seats - which were $175,000 a pop - but the true fans of the game, find their way down on to the field. 

Kevin Durant was one of those stars on the field. Durant was fresh off of his 40-point performance in a losing effort against the Warriors Saturday Night, posted behind the endzone not to watch the game, but to also work the game. KD, deputy publisher of The Player's Tribune, received credentials  to take pictures of the biggest game of the year. 

Back in November, KD wrote an article expressing his passion for photography. Never did he imagine that he would be on the sideline as a credentialed photographer during the Super Bowl.

I came to Super Bowl 50 with two tickets: one for my regular seat … and a press pass with my name on it. When I was invited by The Players’ Tribune and the NFL to be a credentialed photographer on the sidelines during the Super Bowl, I said “I’ll do it” before they even finished their question. Seriously, that’s a dream offer. Like most people, I’ve watched the Super Bowl on TV every year of my life. The way the NBA schedule is, it’s almost impossible to get to go to the Super Bowl in person. This year I got lucky that 1) We were in the Bay already and 2) We had an off day Super Bowl Sunday. I don’t know if that timing will ever work out again while I’m in the league.
— Kevin Durant via Players' Tribune
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