The general consensus was that 29 other NBA teams should be interested in getting one of the best scorers in NBA history if Kevin Durant asked the Brooklyn Nets for a trade last week. Durant faces criticism from all quarters who continue to accuse him of infidelity while the entire NBA is in shock at his request for a trade. Steph Curry, Draymond Green and Klay Thompson are said to have recently spoken to their former team-mate about a potential reunion and the defending champions are said to be keen on luring Durant to The Bay.
On Monday, Draymond Green’s mother, an unexpected ally, has criticized Warriors supporters and others in the NBA for having doubts about their organization’s signing of the 34-year-old former MVP. The warriors, along with “half league” showed interest in Durant, according to Sunday’s Marc J. Spears story, which was based on various sources.
Brooklyn’s Kevin Durant saga coming to an end?
With neither the player nor the Brooklyn Nets expressing much desire to keep their collaboration going, Kevin Durant’s exit from the franchise seems inevitable. However, since he’s on a 4-year contract, KD’s desire for a trade has caught the attention of the rest of the NBA, and virtually every team is now trying to figure out how to get him.
It has been suggested that the Golden State Warriors, the franchise that has won Durant two titles and two Finals MVP awards, are interested in re-signing him. Younger Warriors stars Jonathan Kuminga, Jordan Poole, James Wiseman and Andrew Wiggins have been included in NBA insider Marc Spears’ package for KD, which will disappoint Warrior fans.
People familiar with Durant point to two main causes: the Nets’ difficult season, which ended in the first round of the playoffs, and the team’s declining relationship with close friend Irving. He and Kyrie Irving were expected to be a devastating double whammy for Brooklyn. Instead, they hardly ever played together, and by the time the game was over it seemed like their bond had soured. During their time with the Nets, Durant and Irving only played 58 of 247 games combined. The two have only occasionally appeared on the pitch together due to their injuries and Irving’s unwillingness to vaccinate against COVID-19.
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Draymond Green’s mother, Babers Green, supports KD.
It’s reasonable to think Ms Green is also worried about stars constrained by long-term contracts pushing their way to the places they want. Less certain is whether Golden State has the resources to make a serious offer to Durant. Babers Green posted a tweet supporting Durant’s decision, stating that a player should play where they want.
No matter where Durant goes, his next stop could change the delicate balance of power in the NBA. He would restore the dynastic reputation of warriors in the Golden State.
He would help them get closer to winning the coveted title in Phoenix or Miami. Either way, Durant is a talent everyone should admire and there’s no doubt that a number of teams are actively competing for his talents.
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