Kevin Durant is thinking about the possibility of capping his legendary career outside his home soil.

Now in his 12th year in the NBA, the two-time Champion and former league MVP now starts to lay the cards on the table as to what kind of swan song would be best to punctuate his decorated basketball career. One of the options he considers is playing his last season overseas, particularly with FC Barcelona in the Euroleague.

Appearing on Serge Ibaka’s show “How Hungry Are You,” Durant bared his “daydream” and said “I really want to play overseas my last season. At Barcelona. I would, one of these days. That’s the second-best league in the world. EuroLeague games look fun. I don’t know for a fact if I’ll do it, it’s just me sitting on a couch, dreaming but it would be cool to experience it. ”

On whether this plan would come to fruition in the future or not, the European Ball Club made sure to ride the wave as early as now.

In this tweet, the official account of FC Barcelona showed a photo of their team jersey with Durant’s name at the back while adding a caption in jest.

The news created quite a buzz not just around the NBA but most especially in Europe. Former NBA player and current FC Barcelona player Nikola Mirotic expressed his own excitement about the chance of having a high-caliber player in Durant step on their squad.

Undeniably still at the peak of his career despite his injury, Durant clearly has a lot more years to play and this possibility of him playing for a European club remains to be a long shot.

But who knows? Besides, this is not the first time that Durant considered playing abroad.

In 2011 when the NBA went on a hiatus due to a lockout, the then 23-year old Durant was straightforward in saying he would play anywhere if the league failed to resolve the issue.

"We'll see, I would like to try something new," Durant said.

Perhaps the thought has been running in his head for the past couple of years now. Right now, we perceive that the question is not as simple as to be answerable by “Yes or No?” But rather, “When?”

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