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Two time NBA champion Kevin Durant will join fellow new signing Kyrie Irving in a new look Brooklyn Nets side next season as the former Golden State Warrior inks a mammoth deal with the New York team.The 30 year old will join up with his new side when the free agency period ends on July 6 after signing a reported four year deal worth an incredible $164 million. The deal places Durant in esteemed company as one of the sport’s highest paid players and comes as blow to another New York staple, as city rivals the New York Knicks had targeted both Durant and Irving in free agency.The deal was announced by Durant’s sports business enterprise ‘The Boardroom’ on social media late on Sunday, revealing Durant’s location for the start of next season.”Kevin Durant has confirmed he will sign a max deal with the Brooklyn Nets when the free agent moratorium period ends on 6 July,” the brief statement said.The Nets’ signing Durant can be seen as a risky move. The small forward, who turns 31 in September, endured a stop start, injury plagued season for the Golden State Warriors, only playing a cameo role in the team’s NBA Finals loss to the Toronto Raptors last month.
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She played basketball and volleyball in high school and excelled at track, sometimes filling potato chip bags with sand to build a long jump pit. She had many scholarship offers but chose UCLA because the women’s basketball team had won the 1978 national championship and because she admired standout sprinter Evelyn Ashford. Joyner Kersee was a four year starter for the Bruins’ women’s basketball team, returning for her final season after the 1984 Olympics.
And carried out the robbery, Mitolo said.The man, who was caught on video surveillance footage from the hotel, was of a medium build and was wearing a light gray, hooded sweatshirt, gray sweatpants, a black skullcap and multi colored Nike sneakers, he said.He was about 6 2 in height and brandished a black handgun, Mitolo said.While pulling phone wires out of a wall in the lobby with the same hand he was using to hold his gun, the man accidentally shot off a round, he said. The bullet went into a wall, and officers later recovered a shell casing at the scene, Mitolo said.About $1,000 was taken from a cash register at the front desk of the hotel, Sheraton hotels spokesman Ron Simoncini told The Jersey Journal earlier this afternoon. Only onefront desk clerk was in the lobby at the time, he said.The man left the scene by walking out the front door, but it remains unclear at this point what the man direction of flight was, Mitolo said.