NBA star Kevin Durant will sign a four-year deal for the Brooklyn Nets, as several stores reported on Sunday, putting an end to one of the freelance agency's long-awaited sagas of the NBA season.
Durant was expected to reveal his decision to become a freelance agency in an Instagram post on an account for The Boardroom, the superstar's sports company. However, Fox Sports and other outlets reported that Durant set off for Brooklyn about an hour before the official 18:00. ET Beginning of the period of the NBA for free representation.
The contract can not be officially signed until July 6 because of the League's annual moratorium.
Born in Washington, DC, Durant was second in the University of Texas in 2007, selected by the Seattle SuperSonics and became a superstar after the franchise moved to Oklahoma City and became a Thunder.
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Durant, who turns 31 in September, is a ten-time NBA All-Star and a two-time NBA Finals MVP throughout the season 2019-2020 for a broken Achilles tendon he suffered in Game 5 of the NBA Final against eventual champion Toronto Raptors.
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