There are conflicting reports regarding Kevin Durant’s departure from the Brooklyn Nets. Some reports state one thing while others state another. Check out the best new sports betting sites for betting on the NBA.
It can be difficult to decide what to believe with some of the rumors surrounding Kevin Durant. However, it is clear that he does not want to play in Brooklyn if Sean Marks or Steve Nash remain there. So what will the Nets choose to do? I find it highly unlikely that they fire Nash or Marks. Also it’s hard to trade Durant because of cap space few can afford him and even if you can how much does he have left?
The New York Post reported that a source close to the Nets had the following to say:
“The ultimatum he made is not what really caused the deterioration. It’s not the ultimatum itself,” the source said.
“There are simple things that erode a relationship. You fired someone he was close to and didn’t have a conversation about it,”
“I would think there are so many things, it’s not one thing,” the source said. “I think KD wants to leave and it doesn’t matter what reasons he says.”
“I don’t think anybody on the team is safe from being traded. Everyone is up for grabs,”
“I don’t think he’s not going to play.”
It seems likely that Kevin Durant will be traded before the season begins, based on the current state of affairs. Now the question is which team will have enough to make this package worth it for Brooklyn Nets.
According to reports, Durant is interested in joining the Miami Heat, Phoenix Suns, Boston Celtics, and the Philadelphia 76ers. Boston is likely to have the best package. Philadelphia could offer something that includes Tyrese Maxey.
While it will be fascinating to see what he does, the current situation suggests that he won’t be wearing a Brooklyn Nets uniform in the next season.
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