Kevin Durant has opened the door to a possible move to Europe for the final year of his hugely successful career, and has singled out FC Barcelona as the club that most attracts his interest. The NBA star, a former two-time NBA champion with the Golden State Warriors, revealed his idea in an interview with Bleacher Report on Monday.
“I really want to play overseas in my last year," he told guest interviewer Serge Ibaka in the 'How Hungry Are You?' interview. "FC Barcelona. I would like to play for them one of these days. It's the second best league in the world, and the Euroleague games look pretty fun."
Durant added explained that, whilst the prospect is an attractive one to him, he is not sure whether he will go through with the plan.
“That's just me in my house, on the couch, watching TV, dreaming. I don't know for a fact if I'll do it, but it would be cool to experience it," said the 31-year-old, who has been an Olympic champion on two occasions, World Champion and MVP of the tournament, and a second choice draft pick in the NBA during his storied career.
Upon finding out about Durant's idea, FC Barcelona player Nikola Mirotic opened the door for the NBA star with a message on social media...