Kevin Durant purchases minority stake in MLS’ Philadelphia Union

Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant has bought a minority stake in Major League Soccer’s Philadelphia Union, as per a report Thursday in Sports Business Daily.

SBD revealed that Durant’s stake is somewhere in the range of 1% and 5%.

Durant joins the Houston Rockets’ James Harden in possessing a little bit of MLS groups. Solidify joined the proprietorship gathering of the Houston Dynamo, the Houston Dash of the National Women’s Soccer League and BBVA Stadium in July 2019.

Also, Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James has possessed a 2% stake in Liverpool of the English Premier League since 2011.

This wasn’t the first run through Durant had indicated enthusiasm for quite a while club. Durant had twice endeavored to buy a minority stake in DC United, as per The Athletic.

A delegate from Durant’s camp declined ESPN’s solicitation for input.

Prior on Thursday, the NBA leading body of governors casted a ballot to favor a 22-group come back to-play organization to complete the 2019-20 season. The Nets, who are right now the No. 7 seed in the Eastern Conference, will be one of the crews continuing the season in Orlando, Florida, on July 31.

Durant has missed the whole season with a torn Achilles ligament.

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