Nets star and local product Kevin Durant and his philanthropic group “35 Ventures” has completed its 21st renovation project in Brooklyn, with the aim of giving kids high-quality, safe outdoor spaces.
Part of their #BuildItAndTheyWillBall initiative, this court is located at P.S. 152/315 in Brooklyn, NY with the artwork complete by local artist Timothy Goodman. It’s the latest example of P.G. County native giving back to the communities where he plays, like he did in Oklahoma City and the Bay Area.
“Court 21 for the next generation of Brooklyn hoopers,” Durant wrote on social media. “#BuildItAndTheyWillBall.”
#KDCF completes our 21st #BuildItAndTheyWillBall renovation project at P.S. 152/315 in Brooklyn, NY.— Thirty Five Ventures (@35Ventures) September 28, 2020
Now more than ever, kids need safe and high quality outdoor spaces.
Thank you @tpl_org for the incredible playground renovation.
Artwork by @timothyogoodman pic.twitter.com/Hzlh7BgCO1
Durant, who missed the entire season due to injury, signed a 4-year, $164M contract with the Nets and is expected to return in 2021.