Le trade de Kevin Durant, du jamais vu ? Dans le sport, il n'y a pas foule

Le trade de Kevin Durant, du jamais vu ? Dans le sport, il n’y a pas foule


C’te bomb dropped by the doublet Adrian Wojnarowski – Shams Charania Thursday night … Kevin Durant asked to leave the Nets! Considered one of the greatest forwards in basketball history, his transfer would undoubtedly be one of the greatest player moves in the world of…sports in general. How about we go check it out?

Remove the orange ball filter from your binoculars for a few moments, we are looking for transfers that have moved the lines, as KD’s will certainly do.

June 30, 2022. What a pleasure to be able to welcome your brother, a General director of the NBA, at home, for a nice barbecue evening. “It’s good, everything is managed, my teams are on the spot and in any case, our workforce will not move. I may have two or three text messages to manage, but nothing more”. You are very happy, because you don’t have the special opportunity to see him the rest of the year because of his minister’s schedule. Your two children are playing with theirs, the weather is nice because you live in a small but pretty house on the coast in Los Angeles. Frankly, it’s royal and nothing could prevent the evening from going badly. Until 8:50 p.m. A little bird noise on the bro’s phone. The latter grabs the device, turns it on and his eyes reflect almost immediately a mixture of amazement and immense excitement. “Okay, sorry Billy but I’m going to have to run. Kevin Durant will move this summer.

“Kevin Durant?” But he’s a very big player, isn’t he? »

– “Yeah, the biggest chunk in the NBA. We risk having the biggest transfer in the history of the sport this summer. »

– “So no, I’m stopping you because other players have burst the screen in terms of movement”.

This is where we leave you and come back to TrashTalk, thank you very much for putting your finger on the subject of the paper. And a kiss to your brother who probably won’t be doing much for a long time. What’s the point of comparison for what will be one of the biggest trades in sports history? We asked ourselves the question and, spoiler… it’s going to talk about football.

Neymar Jr – Paris Saint-Germain (2017)

Yes, you will probably have thought of that. Of course it is essential, indispensable to start with the most expensive transfer in the history of football. The madness of the numbers, since the Brazilian star was exchanged at FC Barcelona against a transfer fee of 222 million euros. After having won everything in Catalonia, the magician wants to write his own legend on his own. Well, that reminds us of someone. At the same time, having a boy like Leo Messi in your paws prevents you from getting too much sun. Neither one nor two, PSG offers a salary that meets its expectations in addition to a sports project completely centered around him. After a fantastic first season, the phenomenon is losing speed until it has been nothing more than a shadow of itself in recent months. Another nice parallel, since according to the latest rumors from the corridors, he would also like to leave the city of light.

Cristiano Ronaldo – Real Madrid (2009)

At 24, CR7 has already dominated England like few have done before him. Under the orders of Sir Alex Ferguson, the left winger becomes a real crazy goal machine, which hits the headlines across the Channel as soon as he sets foot on a Premier League or Champions League lawn. In the summer of 2009, Real Madrid managed to offer his services at the price of a record transfer at the time. 93 million euros for a career that will take a new turn in Spain and become one of the most beautiful epics in the history of football.

Leo Messi – Paris Saint-Germain (2021)

PSG, this club of excess. In any case, an institution that knows how to take advantage of the financial problems of others to derive great benefits from it. In a big financial mess, FC Barcelona is forced to let go of its lifelong foal, one of the greatest players in the history of football. If the signing happens at the end of the contract, it will go down as one of the most significant transfers in history. A huge majority of fans would never have imagined that La Pulga could one day pack their bags. In the end, when we look at what will have been the fallout for Paris, it is not the biggest transfer on the sporting level, far from it. Too bad because in football, the goal is precisely to score goals, not to sell jerseys.

BONUS – Aokiji at Blackbeard (2015)

Oh, we didn’t expect to see that here. However, it could also be part of one of the biggest transfers in history. Put a Navy admiral in the crew of one of the four new world emperors. No, we will not debate on the eternal question of knowing who is stronger between an admiral and an emperor (even if it is the emperor) but it must be recognized that this recruitment will undoubtedly be a milestone in the history of the world of One Piece. Will the Straw Hat Crew have the guts and the guts to beat it? Response from the end of July with the start of the final saga of Eiichiro Oda’s work.

Come on, what are your choices on this question? In any case, you now know ours. If ever, we also answered this question remaining purely in basketball and it’s worth a look. Come on, let’s continue because as they say… the Free Agency doesn’t wait!

Source: sofoot.com / One Piece, vol. 79.

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