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New York Knicks use, then delete photo with Kevin Durant from ticket pitch

Kevin Durant dribbles against the Knicks' Damyean Dotson in an October game. As the image spread online, it was probably easy for some observers to suspect the Knicks were sending a less-than-subtle signal about why it might be well worth it to renew season tickets.

The Knicks will have two max salary spots in the offseason following their trade with the Mavericks late last month and they're expected to pursue the 30-year-old star if he becomes a free agent.

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In what initially appeared to be a coincidence, the Knicks recently used a photo of Durant alongside rookie center Mitchell Robinson in a promotional photo for the team's 2019-20 season ticket packages. The image had been taken down by Sunday morning. "To be clear, it was one of several rotating photos on the website".

Durant is averaging 27.3 points, 7.1 rebounds and six assists for Golden State so far this season, his third with the team. 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. They got nothing to do with me. "I'm trying to play basketball".

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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. NY has lost 16 straight games, just four shy of a dubious franchise record, and holds the NBA's worst record.

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