Kevin Durant meets with the Nets' owner to discuss trade demand

Kevin Durant meets with the Nets' owner to discuss trade demand ...

During the Kevin Durant trade controversy, the NBA has been waiting for something to come to an end. One league executive believes that clarity is on the way.

Durant will meet with Nets owner Joe Tsai this week, according to Heavy Sports. Fans are all hoping that the situation will be resolved for the best. However, it is uncertain what will happen next, even though Durant has four years left on his contract.

KD is going to meet with the owner this week, according to a source in Heavy Sports. Hes going to meet directly with the owner, Joe Tsai, sometime this week. Let's see how it goes.

The exec said, "I don't know." I have no clue what's going to come out of that meeting. There are some things that KD is uneasy about, and Im not sure whether or not any of that will be resolved here. However, it may.

The Nets have been in discussions with Durant since late June. However, Brooklyn has been looking for top-notch talent and numerous first-round draft picks for the 12-time All-Star and MVP. Currently, no one has offered an appealing package for the trade.

There was a report recently that the Nets rejected an offer of Jaylen Brown,Derrick White, and a first-round pick from the Celtics weeks back. However, others have questioned whether such a proposal was ever considered.

I think there are a few teams that arent very happy with the fact that when they talk to Brooklyn, it gets in the papers, according to the speaker. That doesnt help. Ive talked with a couple of teams that are dissatisfied with the rumors that creep out of there throughout all this. It's not a good strategy to conduct business.

According to a source, this is probably the reason they wont get anything done and why they haven't had any discussions for a while. I do not believe they will achieve anything with Boston.

However, another South official thinks there might be little to no change in the situation, while citing Kyrie Irving and the Nets' inability to reach an agreement on a contract extension, he chose to leave him in the final year of his agreement, making himself a prime candidate to be traded. Brooklyn cannot get what they want for Durant and Irving, the worst case scenario is to start the season with them in hopes that things will work out.

KD isn't going to be a hard line guy, either. If they cant get a deal done, he'll just say, "Expletive it," and hell play and hell play hard as he always does. I know KD, and he's not going to sit out or anything like that. There's no way. He's not going to do anything like that.

The fastest way to get there is to get KD and Kyrie and (Ben) Simmons together playing well. With anything else, youre pretty much scrambling this season and waiting for those draft picks to bring you something good down the line. No matter who you bring back in a trade now, he wont be KD.

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