Kevin Durant did not leave the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Golden State Warriors under the best conditions, yet today’s Nets star believes that both franchises should pull his Jersey under the hall ceiling.
In a feature of Logan Murdock (the Ringer), the 33-year-old talked about the possibility that his Jersey may be equal to two, if not three franchises under the hall corner. While the Warriors to Durants say goodbye at least suggested that they retreated to the Jersey was nothing to hear from OKC.
“These places were my home,” Durant said. “I can not imagine that the two franchises would not do that and exclude my history when I finished my career. I will be a Hall of Famer, one of the best ever. So if you do not do it, then for personal reasons. “
Durant even went so far and claimed that it would be bad for the basketball if the two teams would decide against retirement. “I feel that I’m standing for basketball. I live for it and have given everything for these teams and next to the field.”
The Forward was completed in 2007 with the second pick from the Seattle Supersonics, a year later, the franchise turned to Oklahoma City, where Durant played until 2016, helping OKC in 2012 to the NBA finals.
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It followed the controversial change to the Warriors, where KD on the side of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green formed a super team and became a sovereign champion in 2017 and 2018. After a renewed finals participation in 2019, Durant closed the Brooklyn Nets.