Kevin Durant, partnered with artist Timothy Goodman, ’35 Venteres, a group focused on philanthropic actions and the organization The Trust for Public Land, completed its 21st court renovation project. This time around, the youth of Brooklyn were the ones who received the gift, a safe and high-quality basketball court.
Located at PS 152/315, Brooklyn, NY, the action is part of an initiative called #BuildItAndTheyWillBall, which aims to minimally reciprocate the affection and love of the communities where KD has already played. He also kindly returned the gesture in Oklahoma and California.
The athlete gets ready to go back to practice at the Brooklyn Nets after a year away due to an injury.