Kevin Durant Visits Andre Ward’s Training Camp Ahead ofFight

Taking advantage of Golden State Warriors’ home stretch, NBA All-Star Kevin Durant visited fellow Roc Nation Sports athlete Andre Ward at his training camp on Wednesday, as he prepares for upcoming fight of the year, Sergey Kovalev vs. Andre Ward “Pound For Pound” on Nov. 19 at T-Mobile Arena, distributed live by HBO Pay-Per-View.

The Two-Time World Champion was seen courtside at Oracle Arena on Nov. 3, cheering on his hometown Warriors and friends, in a much anticipated matchup against 2015 postseason rivals, the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Photo credit: Khristopher Sandifer/Roc Nation Sports

Kovalev vs. Ward “Pound For Pound”, a 12-round mega-fight for the WBO/IBF/WBA light heavyweight title at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, is presented by Main Events, Roc Nation Sports, Krusher Promotions and Andre Ward Promotions and is sponsored by the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Corona Extra, Monster Products, JetLux and Zappos. The championship event will be produced and distributed live by HBO Pay-Per-View® beginning at 9:00 p.m. ET/6:00 p.m. PT. Tickets are available on axs.com and the T-Mobile Arena box office.

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5 thoughts on “Kevin Durant Visits Andre Ward’s Training Camp Ahead ofFight”

  1. Andre Ward clearly lost against Kovalev.

    One of the truly worst decisions I have seen in years.

    A rematch needs to happen as soon as possible.

    1. “Dude, No Way Did Kovalev Win the Fight”
      One right hand great shot that put Ward down.
      Ward got up, and started his magic.
      Close fight, but Ward was far superior in his comeback.

  2. Andre ward is such a clever boxer and the most respectable man I have ever had the privilege to meet. He made Sergey fight Andre fight . Once he felt the true power of his punch in the 2nd round he didn’t get another one after that. Now that’s true class .

    1. Very Well Said My Friend. Andre Ward is a “Class Act”.
      No shucking and jiving with Andre. He don’t play that.
      He’s a gentleman, a true champion, and spiritual being,
      and a welcome blessing to the fight game.

      Blessings,
      Jimmy D.

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