Kevin Durant is a huge fan of his hometown Washington Redskins but he might want to avoid trying to own them one day. KD will have ALOT of money when he eventually retires and he already has an idea of what he wants to do with it.


Durant will rake in $275 million dollars over the next 10 years from Nike alone. That’s besides the monster contract he is going to get next summer, regardless of what team it is with. Add all that to the fact he has numerous other endorsements deals and will continue to get more before his playing days are over.

Many athletes don’t know what to do with themselves or their money after retirement and that leads to a lot of negative stories involving blowing their money. Durant is clearly not going to let that happen.

“It’s a passion of mine. I’d definitely love to own a team hopefully one of these years towards the end of my career,” Durant said. “So I follow it a lot.”

Which team? […] “My first priority would be the Washington Redskins, even if it was just a small percentage,” Durant said. “I just want to get involved. Growing up five minutes away from the stadium and always being a fan, I have a Redskins tattoo on my forearm. So I feel part of the team so much, so to be an owner and all the way entrenched with the team would be cool.”

Wouldn’t be surprised to see Durant involved in numerous things after his playing days are over.