Kevin Durant is reportedly set to announce his free agency decision this evening and, according to ESPN NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski, the two-time Finals MVP has decided where he's going.
The Golden State Warriors superstar has reportedly decided to sign with the Brooklyn Nets, according to Wojnarowski.
Durant will be announcing his decision tonight on his business's Instagram page, as Wojnarowski reported.
"Kevin Durant is planning to sign with the Brooklyn Nets, league sources tell ESPN."
Durant will reportedly be joining free agent point guard Kyrie Irving in Brooklyn, with both players set to finalize their decisions this evening.
DeAndre Jordan is reportedly a potential option for the Nets, as well.
"An undeniable vibe of confidence is emanating from Brooklyn as we speak: The Nets sure seem to believe they are getting Kevin Durant's commitment tonight to go with Kyrie Irving"s ... with DeAndre Jordan, Durant's close friend, to follow," NY Times Marc Stein reported.
Durant will be leaving a five-year max contract offer from Golden State on the table, but he likely sees the opportunity to be in New York as another money-maker.
The two-time NBA champion has reportedly moved his business headquarters to New York within the last year.
NBA free agency is set to begin at 6 p.m. E.T. An announcement from Durant will likely be coming soon after that.