Found July 01, 2013 on RealGM:
Kevin Durant was adamant that his decision to sign with Jay-Z's sports agency has nothing to do about potentially leaving the Oklahoma City Thunder. “He has nothing to do with if I'm going to leave OKC or none of that,” Durant said. “I heard that before so put that out on the table. He has nothing to do with that. He knows his lane with me. Their team knows their lane with me. And they're letting me handle the basketball part. I would tell fans not to worry about that at all.” Durant has three seasons remaining on his contract and won't be a free agent until 2016.

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