Kevin Durant signs endorsement deal with Sonic

BY foxsports • November 20, 2014

If you like jumping to conclusions, Kevin Durant's announcement Thursday will make you feel pretty good.

Durant, who is set to be a free agent after next season, has signed an endorsement deal with Oklahoma City-based Sonic, according to ESPN.

Durant has more endorsement deals than any other NBA player, according to ESPN's Darren Rovell. 

Sonic is headquartered in Oklahoma City and has more than 3,500 stores. Maybe that means he'll be more likely to stay in Oklahoma City?

"We feel good about this partnership because Kevin is aligned with what we do," Sonic's chief marketing officer Todd Smith told ESPN.

Durant will be able to come up with his own dishes, some of which will be geared toward the healthier side. Durant also owns an Oklahoma City restaurant and endorses Orange Leaf frozen yogurt, Sparkling Ice water, KIND fruit and nut bars as well as Nike, who signed Durant to a $300 million deal. 

Durant also advertises for Skullcandy Headphones, BBVA Compass Bank, the Oklahoma Department of Health, the "NBA 2K" video game and Neff, a clothing company.