Knicks Delete Image Of Kevin Durant In Pitch To Season Ticket Holders

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Knicks Warriors Kevin Durant

Well, the photo also happened to prominently display Kevin Durant.

The ad copy with the image reads, "Renew for the 2019-20 season by February 28, 2019", and the Robinson-Durant image appears below.

"Game action photos are used all the time for marketing purposes", the statement read.

And, if Kevin Durant is available, the Knicks would gladly welcome him into Madison Square Garden with open arms. The image had been taken down by Sunday morning.

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Durant is averaging 27.3 points, 7.1 rebounds and six assists for Golden State so far this season, his third with the team. Kevin Durant, for example, could be one of those free agents. Many speculated that Durant's peculiar media silence had something to do with the trade, especially amid reports that the Knicks already have confirmation from Durant's camp that he will sign there this offseason. After making himself unavailable for over a week, the two-time reigning Finals MVP launched into a tirade Wednesday, telling reporters: "I have nothing to do with the Knicks". They got nothing to do with me.

That memo concerned then-Clippers star Chris Paul and Lakers center Dwight Howard, neither of whom, it should be noted, landed in Atlanta that summer.

After shocking the National Basketball Association world and trading away star player Kristaps Porzingis, the New York Knicks are trying once again to put all of their eggs in one basket and hope to sign a max player or two to turn the franchise around. A sales representative for the team was sacked, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, with the Hawks saying in a statement that the man's "specific reference" did not "represent how our basketball operations or our business staff have consistently communicated about free agency".

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