It turns out basketball isn’t the only sport Kevin Durant’s interested in. The sharp shooter’s venture capital firm Thirty Five Ventures –which he co-founded with businessman Rich Kleiman—recently purchased a stake in the Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) alongside billionaire Brooklyn Nets ownerJoe Tsai, Arctos Sports Partners, Brett Jefferson, and the WWE. The business move is brilliant and undoubtedly […]
Kyrie Irving may currently be slated to begin the 2022-2023 NBA season with the Brooklyn Nets. However, it doesn’t appear the organization has faith the 7x All-Star will be there much longer based on how conspicuously absent he is from their latest ticket promo material. On Sunday, the Nets revealed a new ad to market […]
NBA superstar Kevin Durant and his manager Rich Kleiman, who are also the co-founders of Thirty Five and the sports media network The Boardroom, just released the trailer of their new basketball documentary, NYC Point Gods. The hour-and-a-half movie is scheduled to premiere Friday, July 29 at 9p.m. ET on Showtime.
Durant wants to skip town... again.
Grand Opening, Grand Closing: Kevin Durant Requests Trade From Brooklyn Nets, NBA Twitter In Shambles
Kevin Durant wants out of Brooklyn and NBA Twitter is reacting to the news.
Kyrie Irving's confirmed that he's staying with with the Brooklyn Nets and his friend in Kevin Durant. Hopefully, this'll be the year they deliver on that championship promise, too.
The Brooklyn Nets might have bitten off more than they can chew with Kyrie Irving. There are now talks that Irving returning to the Nets is not a guarantee and some other eyebrow-raising behavior.
Kevin Durant has become one of the biggest trolls on Twitter.
Brooklyn Nets Reportedly Hesitant To Give Kyrie Irving A Long-Term Contract Extension, NBA Twitter Reacts
Brooklyn Nets fans have a lot to be worried about when it comes to the future of their team and its all because of Kyrie Irving, of course.
Stephen A. Smith Sounds Off On Kyrie Irving Following Twitter Rant, Calls Him “Delusional”& “Not Worth Billions”
Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving has plenty of free time on his hand after getting swept out of the playoffs by the Boston Celtics and decided to activate his Twitter fingers to call out the "media." Stephen A. Smith had plenty to say about his tweets and called the NBA superstar out.
Finally, some optimistic good news Brooklyn Nets fans have been waiting to hear.
The James Harden circus is back. This time it's in Brooklyn.