From Josh Brolin to Matthew McConaughey to Dale Earnhardt Jr to Wale, the Washington Football Team has no shortage of celebrity fans. Perhaps the biggest (well, the tallest) is Brooklyn Nets superstar Kevin Durant, and he appears to be all in with the changes in Ashburn.
As a part of the digital series "The Boardroom" that Durant helped create, new Washington Football Team president Jason Wright discussed a variety of topics facing the franchise as well as issues the league as a whole is dealing with.
Let's work together 💪🏾— Jason Wright (@whoisjwright) August 28, 2020
In response to KD promoting the interview, Wright responded with a tweet of his own saying "Let's work together." Durant, who remains active on Twitter and has defended his favorite team numerous times on the platform, has missed the entire NBA season due to a ruptured Achilles tendon.
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