NBA: Kevin Durant denies his retirement from basketball after his failed blackmail to the Nets

Kevin Durant has come to the passage of the information that assured that he preferred to retire to return to play with the Brooklyn Nets.

Remember that a few days ago Durant issued an ultimatum to the Nets: “Either they fire Sean Marks (general manager) and Steve Nash (coach) or I leave”.

That rdago, or blackmail, did not go well for Durant after showing Joe Tsai, owner of the Nets, his support for Sean Marks and Steve Nash.

“Kevin Durant was more likely to retire than play again for the Brooklyn Nets”

After that failed ultimatum Marc Stein published that an executive of an NBA franchise “insisted me that, based on what he was hearing, Kevin Durant was more likely to retire than to play again for the Brooklyn Nets.”

To answer this information, Kevin Durant has not hesitated to resort to Twitter to deny it.

Kevin Durant: “I don’t plan to retire soon. It’s funny”

“I know most people will believe anonymous sources before me, but if there’s anyone out there who will listen, I don’t plan on retiring any time soon. It’s funny.”

Kevin Durant, who is 33 years old, has four years left on his contract ahead of him in exchange for 198 million dollars.



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