NEW YORK (KETK) – NBA free agency officially started on Sunday and the biggest available agent has reportedly already made up his mind.
Former Longhorn star Kevin Durant is heading to the Brooklyn Nets on a max deal of $164 million over years, according to an ESPN report.
Durant has spent the last three years at the Golden State Warriors, winning two championships and two Finals MVP awards.
He will more than likely miss the first year of his contract due to a torn Achilles that he suffered in Game 5 of the 2019 Finals in Toronto.
The Nets are also expected to sign Kyrie Irving and Deandre Jordan, according to the same report.