Star basketball player Kevin Durant knows what he wants and knows what he doesn’t.
according to the athleteBrooklyn Nets player Joe Tsai issued an ultimatum over the weekend stating that he wants to trade unless general manager Sean Marks and head coach Steve Nash are fired.
Durant does not trust the team leadership and has reiterated his desire to move forward. Entering his 15th league season, Durant is set to begin the first of a four-year, $198 million extension signed last summer.
The meeting took place on Saturday, just over a month after Durant, 33, requested the trade. The sources described the meeting as being “transparent and professional.” the athlete.
“Our management team and coaches have my support,” Tsai wrote on Twitter Monday evening. We will make decisions in the best interests of the Brooklyn Nets. »
Durant’s value will remain high. The Boston Celtics, Toronto Raptors and Miami Heat will be more than welcome.
However, Toronto would be very reluctant to include Scotty Barnes in a deal that includes the veteran.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver is not fond of the trade requests that have been made public.
“Teams provide tremendous safety and guarantees to players, and in return they are expected to meet the end of the contract,” Silver said last month.
“I know there are always talks between players, their agents and clubs. On the other hand, we don’t like trade requests and we don’t like to see things go like this.”
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