Kevin Durant’s “Board of Directors” was cancelled by ESPN
Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant canceled his ESPN show “Board” and became the network.
Like LeBron James, Durant also founded his own media company under the name 35 (Thirty-Five Ventures).
However, ESPN’s cancellation of Durant’s performance was a bit frustrating for the superstar.
Andrew Marchand of The New York Post:
Durant, Jay Williams and Durant’s agent Rich Kleman’s “Board Meeting Room” will not be updated after two seasons of ESPN+ airing. Although there are no public program indicators on this platform, ESPN can internally determine participation and its impact on the $4.99 monthly subscription service.
In a statement to The Post, ESPN said: “After two seasons on ESPN+, the board room will not be updated.” “Thirty-five venture capital companies are good partners, we Looking forward to continuing discussions on any future projects.”
The show aims to provide a peak behind the scenes of how athletes develop brands through various business activities outside the sports world.
Unfortunately, the show failed to produce the kind of viewers ESPN wanted.
As far as the current situation is concerned, it is unclear how Durant and its company’s partnership with the network will make progress in generating new and future projects.
Although the Achilles who were injured in the fifth game against the Toronto Raptors in the 2019 NBA Finals recovered and recovered, Durant was still busy.
Kevin Durant has other ongoing projects, such as the producer of the documentary “Basketball County” and a minority stake in the Philadelphia Federation of the United States Department of Labor (MLS).
This post is written by Eric Magana