Kevin Durant has added meetings with the Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Clippers and Miami Heat to his slate of interviews once free agency begins on July 1, The Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski reports.
Durant now has six meetings scheduled, as he also plans to speak with the Warriors, Spurs and Thunder. The Knicks are also reportedly “on his radar” after their trade to bring Derrick Rose to New York, but have not officially set up a meeting.
The Washington Wizards and Los Angeles Lakers are not expected to be granted a meeting with Durant.
Durant, 27, has spent all nine years of his NBA career with the Thunder and has reportedly been leaning toward re-signing with Oklahoma City, though a source told the Oklahoman on Sunday that the Heat and the Warriors have the best chance of changing his mind.
Durant is a seven-time All Star and one-time NBA MVP, and he has averaged 27.4 points per game over his professional career.