Kevin Durant will be getting personal tours of Los Angeles and Brooklyn as part of his new YouTube video series "Fly By."
The series launched Wednesday with a guide to Durant's current home base of San Francisco and will continue with episodes featuring Los Angeles Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma and Brooklyn Nets guard D'Angelo Russell, according to Doug Zanger of Adweek. It was produced by Durant's Thirty Five Ventures in partnership with LeBron James' Uninterrupted and Alaska Airlines.
With Durant set to his free agency this summer, the L.A. and Brooklyn episodes figure to be of particular interest to NBA fans.
"Oh, man, I had no idea about that first of all. Listen, I really don't want to comment on it," Nets head coach Kenny Atkinson told Brian Lewis of the New York Post. "There's some players in this league who are friendly with each other, and if you want to get together and take a tour of Brooklyn, that's great.
"Obviously it's a great place to live: We all live there. I'm so proud of it that our staff and all of our players, except for (Jared) Dudley (live there). ... We love living there. I'm glad D'Lo is showing his friends around."