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Pro Basketball Player Kevin Durant Set To Sign Max Deal With Brooklyn Nets

KEVIN DURANT – The Golden States Warriors’ forward player, is about to sign the deal with Brooklyn Nets, departing his current team.

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Recently, during one of the most exciting match ups in National Basketball Association (NBA) history, the game between Golden States Warriors and Toronto Raptors, Kevin Durant was left out due to a bad injury.

Reportedly, he was officially out as early as game 1.

Duratn was the one of the most prominent player in the league. He is a two-time Most Valuable Player awardee during NBA Finals.

On Sunday, he announced his set departure from the Golden States Warriors – which he played with since 2016 to play for the Brooklyn Nets.

The 30 year old veteran basketball player officially made the announcement on social media a few moment right after the beginning of the league’s free agency period.

He says he is about to sign a ‘maximum-level deal’ with the Brooklyn Nets.

Durant maintains his status despite the recent bad injury rupturing his Achilles tendon. The injury happened during the game 5 of the 20119 NBA finals.

The Boardroom – Durant’s company-owned network for sports-business made a post on Instagram saying:

“Kevin Durant has confirmed he will sing a max deal with the Brooklyn Nets.”

This is according to an article from ABS CBN News.

A maximum-level deal for the forward player would amount to about $164 million for four years. The Golden States Warriors had the choice to offer $221 million for five years to get him to stay.

It was stated undet the Free Agency rules of the NBA that teams are not allowed to sign contracts with players until Saturday. Therefore no deals are officially confirmed by then.

That is all there is to it, at least for now. We’ll post updates as soon as we got them.

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