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Report: No teams want to help facilitate trade for Nets’ Kevin Durant

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The offseason has been quite a challenging one for the Brooklyn Nets organization, and reports now indicate that zero teams around the league want to help make a Kevin Durant trade happen.

Basketball insider Ian Begley of SNY reported that almost no teams have interest in working with the Nets in a multi-team trade. “No one wants to help (Brooklyn get a deal done),” said the team.

Over the last few weeks the franchise has been ale to realize that even if Durant is one of the best players in the league, the trade market for him is low because of how valuable he is. Rudy Gobert’s trade to the Timberwolves earlier this Summer, which really inflated the trade market even more.

There’s been a lack of legitimate interest for Durant, which would require a third or fourth party to making the team salary work. From the trade request no team has really been aggressive in trying to get Durant or reap the young talent from the recipient.

 

Story originally appeared on Nets Wire