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Kevin Durant is Coming to Manila Next Week. Here's How You Can Catch Him Live

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It's official: Nike has just announced that back-to-back NBA champion and Finals MVP Kevin Durant will be swinging by Manila on Sunday, July 8, in what will be his first visit to Manila for Nike. He's here to talk about his championship journey and what he's learned in his basketball career so far.

To welcome the Golden State star, Nike is holding a champion’s welcome on 9th Avenue, across Nike Park Fort in Bonifacio Global City on Sunday, 12:30 p.m. Fans who turn up can get the opportunity to see the champ in person, followed by a meet-and-greet with a select group of Nike members and fans at the store.

Durant’s tour in Manila will also include a training session with selected basketball players. He'll share some of his workouts, training drills and inspirational beliefs, leading up to the KD Nike Hyper Court Team All-Star Challenge at the Araneta Coliseum.

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