If the Washington Commanders are up for sale, Brooklyn Nets star and former MVP Kevin Durant wants to join their next ownership group.

"In a perfect world, I would be a part of it," Durant said, according to Nick Friedell of ESPN. "I would love to do it. I would love to give a little bit of my money to be a part of the Commanders, but we'll see.

"Hopefully it's somebody nice. I heard (Jeff) Bezos and Jay-Z, but you never know."

The Amazon CEO and the rapper are reportedly interested in purchasing the franchise together, according to Mark Maske, Nicki Jhabvala, and Liz Clarke of The Washington Post. They'd need to entice longtime owner Dan Snyder, who enlisted BofA Securities to "consider potential transactions" surrounding the franchise Wednesday. It's unclear if Snyder intends to sell the team outright or part with minority stakes.