Kevin Durant will have a fresh start and a fresh jersey number with the Nets.
Durant revealed he will wear No. 7 with Brooklyn.
"35 took my family and me from Seat Pleasant, MD, and showed us the world," Durant wrote. "... But as I start this new chapter inn my basketball life, the number I'll be wearing on my back is the number 7 next time you see me on the floor."
The 30-year-old Durant, who joined Kyrie Irving in signing a max deal with the Nets last week, officially joined the Nets on Sunday night when they announced their trade that sent D'Angelo Russell, Shabazz Napier and Treveon Graham to the Golden State Warriors.
The Nets also made the signings of Irving and DeAndre Jordan official earlier on Sunday.
"Kevin is a champion, perennial All-Star and one of the great players of this, or any, generation," Nets GM Sean Marks said in a press release. "Adding a player of Kevin's caliber to our organization elevates our ability to compete with the elite teams in this league. His tremendous abilities and dedication to his craft have made him as talented an offensive player our game has ever seen and we, as well as all of Brooklyn, are thrilled to welcome Kevin and his family to the Nets."
Added head coach Kenny Atkinson: "Along with the rest of the league, our coaching staff has long admired Kevin's incredible skill, resilience and tenacity. He has already established himself as a champion and one of the best players of all-time, and we couldn't be more excited to welcome him into our program in Brooklyn."
Durant, a two-time Finals MVP, 10-time All-Star and four-time scoring champ who is expected to miss the 2019-20 season due to a ruptured Achilles, had previously worn No. 35 ever since he was a freshman at the University of Texas.
He kept that number when he was drafted by the Seattle SuperSonics, when they moved to Oklahoma City and when he joined the Golden State Warriors in the summer of 2016.
Fitting he made the change at 7 p.m. on July 7 ... aka 7/7.