After news broke that the Indiana-based Indy Pro Am would be putting together a squad—featuring Eric Gordon, Zach Randolph and George Hill—to take on the DC-based Goodman League on September 24 at Butler University, many figured it was only a matter of time until Goodman countered with some NBAers of its own to rep its side. Ever since he led the Goodman League over the Drew League earlier this summer, Kevin Durant has become closely associated with the league, at least to the point where his name was probably one of the first many figured would be suiting up.

No huge surprise here, but KD is indeed going to take the court for Goodman against the Indy Pro Am, Mike Wells reported over the weekend. John Wall, who also repped Goodman against the Drew League, will as well.

We’ll have more updates as we get word of which other NBA players (if any) will be participating, but what we’re really waiting to hear is: Will this thing be streaming online for those unable to make it to Butler? Hopefully.