Kevin Durant Doesn’t Want to Take Deal
Kevin Durant isn’t sure whether he’ll attend the Players Association’s meeting to discuss the latest labor proposal from NBA owners Monday in New York. But he does know he’s not in favor of accepting the offer.
“I know it’s not a good one,” Durant said of the proposal. “It’s not the one that we want. …If it’s not a good deal, I don’t see why we should take it, especially this late.”
Durant’s concerns about the NBA’s offer are the same as those of several players: The proposed system changes would restrict player movement, particularly when it involves teams that cross the luxury-tax threshold.