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Hangup keskustelupalsta _ Hang Up Osto/myynti _ Kevin Wayne Durant Officially Announced To Join The Brooklyn Nets

Lähettäjä: yukongqibodou on 03.07.2019 05:33

According to Durant's facebook social media platform, Durant decided to join the Brooklyn Nets, he will sign a four-year, $164 million max contract. At the same time, https://www.mmoball.com/news/shows330.html and DeAndre Jordan were also signed by the Brooklyn Nets.

According to previous news, the Warriors intend to offer him a max contract with a total price of $222.1 million for five years. The team that Durant considered included the Nets, Clippers, and the Knicks. Earlier, Irving gave his promise to join the Brooklyn Nets, and he also rumored that he had previously discussed with Uwen. According to the source of the alliance, Durant and his agent https://www.mmoball.com/news/shows330.html met with the Warriors general manager Bob Meyers in New York earlier today and revealed to him the intention to leave the Warriors. Other teams were also notified later, and these teams thought that Durant’s decision was straightforward.

Kevin Wayne Durant's new "decision" may also change the future direction of the alliance. Durant and Irving joined forces in the Brooklyn Nets, and a super-powerful tycoon in the league was born. At the same time, the Nets also signed Garrett Temple with two years and 10 million. TheBrooklyn Nets' strength cannot be underestimated.

Durant played 68 regular-season games for the Warriors last year, averaging 26 points, 6.4 rebounds, 5.9 assists, 0.7 steals and 1.1 blocks. He won the MVP in the All-Star Game and was selected for the final second team. In the playoffs, Durant suffered injuries, and the finals forced a comeback but teared Achilles, which also made him miss the entire season. Durant averaged 32.2 points, 4.9 rebounds, 4.5 assists, 1.1 steals and 1 blocked shot in the playoffs.
Because https://www.mmoball.com/news/shows330.html suffered the same big injury, the Warriors' next season and even the future competitiveness is questionable, which is one reason why Durant chose to leave. For the league's superstar, money is probably not his biggest consideration. Joining a team of his own may make him make other choices. In any case, Durant and Irving will join in. In the east, the choice of other big players will also be affected by his signing.

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