UPDATE (10am PDT on Wednesday) -- Kevin Durant will meet with the Thunder on Thursday in Oklahoma City before free agency opens, according to multiple reports.
The Warriors will then reportedly meet with Durant on Friday in The Hamptons.
The Spurs will visit with Durant on Saturday, according to ESPN's Marc Stein.
Shortly after free agency begins, the Warriors will reportedly meet with Kevin Durant in The Hamptons.
The meeting between the two sides will take place Friday afternoon, according to The Undefeated's Marc J. Spears.
Earlier on Tuesday, The Vertical reported that all meetings between Durant and prospective teams will take place Friday and Saturday The Hamptons in Long Island, New York.
Durant will reportedly also meet with the Thunder, Spurs, Celtics, Heat and Clippers.
Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony is reportedly trying to recruit Durant to New York.
Bringing Durant to Oakland would require serious financial moves, all of which the Warriors are willing to make. The luxury tax would not frighten Warriors CEO Joe Lacob, for he’s already paying it.
Durant was in Austin, Tex. last Monday for the release of his latest shoe. He told reporters his decision, whether he stays with the only NBA team he’s ever known or departs, would be based not on market-size or profile.
“I’m worried about basketball,” he said. “That’s what it is for me. It’s a basketball decision.”
Once free agency begins, the Warriors reportedly plan to get Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, among other key figures, on a plane to an undisclosed location to meet with Durant, according to ESPN's Marc Stein.
Durant, 27, has spent his whole nine-year career with one franchise. Durant spent his rookie year in Seattle after being drafted No. 2 overall in the 2007 NBA Draft by the SuperSonics. After the franchise moved to Oklahoma City, his last eight seasons have been with the Thunder.
He has made seven straight NBA All-Star teams and was named the 2013-14 NBA MVP. As one of the top scoring threats in all of basketball, Durant has led the NBA in scoring four times.
For his career, Durant is averaging 27.4 points, which leads the NBA among all active players, and 7.0 rebounds per game.
In the Western Conference Finals, Durant averaged 30.0 points and 8.0 rebounds per game as the Thunder fell to the Warriors.