Rich Kleiman Rumors

Kevin Durant and a growing number of well-known athletes see potential in women’s sports — and they’re investing to make it known. The former NBA MVP and Rich Kleiman’s Thirty Five Ventures is among a group of investors in a star-studded $3.5 million seed funding round for media platform Just Women’s Sports. Other investors include Drive by DraftKings, OVO Fund, and Supernode Global, as well as WNBA athletes Arike Ogunbowale and Elene Delle Donne, PWHPA player Hilary Knight, and USWNT star Kelley O’Hara. The round was led by Will Ventures.
While athletes are being told to shut up and dribble, Durant excels as both baller and businessman. Since its 2017 inception, his company Thirty Five Ventures, run alongside his longtime business manager Rich Kleiman, has already made twice that many ventures in a burgeoning portfolio. “We’re up to over 70 investments now, and the portfolio continues to grow. We’re focused on strategic investments where we feel like we can make an impact, or where there’s potential alignment with [The] Boardroom in addition to being smart investments,” Durant told The Post. “There’s a new partnership in the women’s sports space that we’ll be announcing soon that I’m very excited about.”
Storyline: Kevin Durant Business

Kleiman caught wind of Kerr’s controversial comments and decided to jump in on the action on social media. He did not say much though, but the two emojis he used made it clear that he does not exactly agree with Kerr here. Former Warriors player Matt Barnes also chimed in on the discussion and he too is on the same boat as Kleiman. Needless to say, there are a lot of people out there who believe that the Nets will never ever trade Kevin Durant.