NBA: Kevin Durant moves from Golden State Warriors to Brooklyn Nets
Basketball star Kevin Durant plans to line up for the Brooklyn Nets in the North American NBA from next season. This was announced by the 30-year-old American on Instagram.
"Kevin Durant has confirmed that he will sign a Max contract with the Brooklyn Nets as soon as the transfer ban is lifted on 6 July," said the board account of The Boardroom. The Boardroom is an online sports and business series produced by Durant and his business partner Rich Kleiman.
According to "ESPN", the two-time Finals MVP (Most Valuable Player) will sign a $ 164 million four-year deal in Brooklyn.
Durant was only operated on the Achilles tendon on June 12th. Whether he will come at all in the coming season, is therefore questionable.
With the Golden State Warriors Durant was able to win the championship title in both 2017 and 2018. In the past season, the Warriors had beaten the Toronto Raptors in the final series.