The Clippers have made their pitch to Kevin Durant. Now the waiting begins.
They unveiled a four-hour presentation to the former NBA most valuable player on Friday evening in the Hamptons on Long Island, N.Y., in hopes of landing what would be the most prized free agent in their history.
One person familiar with the meeting said it “went very well,” with Durant appearing engaged with a proposal that centered on how the veteran small forward would immediately create a championship-caliber roster alongside the team’s current trio of stars.
There was some thought that Durant would let the Clippers know by Saturday whether they were still in the running for his services to...