“Why hunt for Donovan Mitchell when KD is available?” Nick Wright suggests New York Knicks read through the trade for Kevin Durant » FirstSportz
Kevin Durant Never has a situation been more frustrating than the one he’s trying to distance himself from. Long known as the League’s villain, he’d rather be the leader than be hated. Ever since the fallout happened with 5he Golden State Warriors, it has been difficult for the player in terms of success.
Despite having one of his best seasons, averaging 29.9 points, 7.4 rebounds and 6.4 assists per game. The Brooklyn Nets tried their best there to stay afloat in the presence of the legendary goalscorer, but their lack of chemistry would spell the end of their playoff hopes. Durant, for example, has been trying to win a title since retiring from dub nation and is currently looking for a reliable team.
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Kevin Durant’s trade request has been stopped
Kevin Durant asked for a trade from the Nets almost immediately after teammate Kyrie Irving agreed to hand him back to the team for another year. The latter seems uninterested in risking another year at point guard as his time is running out. KD is currently under contract with them until the 2025/26 season and his value is really high, which many teams can’t match.
So far there have been a handful of teams that have attempted to offer trade packs, but they somehow wouldn’t match its value. The Miami Heat was a prime target for him as it could give them an instant title with Jimmy Butler and the defensive powerhouse of a squad. The other scenario also involved the Boston Celtics trading Jaylen Brown along with reigning Defensive Player of the Year and future first-round picks. Nothing has been confirmed yet, but packages are slowly evolving every day.
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Nick Wright thinks Kevin Durant could be a good fit for the New York Knicks
On the First Things First show Nick Wright suggested several trading scenarios of his own, including the Warriors, Celtics and, surprisingly, the New York Knicks. The Knicks have been actively trying to pursue All-Star Donovan Mitchell to pair with their starting five. Mitchell averaged 25.9 points last season but couldn’t match the Utah Jazz.
“Why hunt Donovan Mitchell when you can hunt Kevin Durant? Rich Kleimann’s dream becomes reality. You can build your entire business empire right where it is. What does this trade look like? RJ Barrett, my buddy Quentin Grimes, Obi Toppin, Cam Reddish, Derrick Rose and four first-round picks. The Jazz don’t want RJ Barrett, do the Nets want RJ Barrett? Maybe.” He added that neither player would have to relocate since both home bases are in New York.
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