NEW YORK (Reuters) — Sports apparel retailer Under Armour is looking to lure NBA most valuable player Kevin Durant away from rival Nike in a deal worth as much as $285 million over 10 years, ESPN.com reported on Thursday.
The deal, sources told the Web site, includes Under Armour stock and other incentives, such a community center built in Durant's mother's name.
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