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Kevin Durant Taking Steps To Position Himself For NBA Ownership After Retirement

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 16 / 18

KEVIN DURANT 's desire to own an NBA team has "intensified" over the past year and a half as he and agent  RICH KLEIMAN have "taken numerous meetings with existing owners and tech CEOs to learn the lay of the land," according to sources cited by Chris Haynes of ESPN.com. Durant and Kleiman ha...

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