Durant becomes a free agent at the end of this season.
Kevin Durant shocked the basketball world in the Summer of 2016 when he decided to join the already stacked Golden State Warriors. At the time, he signed a three-year contract and in his first two seasons, he was able to win two championships. It seems as though the Warriors are on their way to a third-straight championship which would make Durant's time in Oakland an unprecedented success. With that in mind, Durant becomes a free agent this summer and will be eligible for a Super Max contract.
While Durant has been non-committal when answering the media's questions, there has been plenty of speculation as to where he'll end up. As it turns out, New York Daily News Reporter Stefan Bondy seems to have the inside scoop, saying he's spoken to many NBA Executives who say all signs point to Durant with the Knicks.
Durant coming to New York would be a huge development as the Knicks have been the laughing stock of the league this year. They are currently ranked last in the entire NBA with a record of 14-62. They will most likely be frontrunners to land Zion Williamson in the NBA Draft this summer.
Imagine a team with Zion AND KD? That would be a scary sight.