Nets should find a 3rd team to trade Kevin Durant

The Brooklyn Nets should find a third team if they want to finalize a deal and trade Kevin Durant. This is what Michael Scotto of HoopsHype reports, mentioning the Miami Heat as an example of a team that would trade for the All-Star forward.

“Tyler Herro, as the main trade chip for the Heat, wouldn’t scratch the surface of what the Nets want. At least a third team would need to be involved for Brooklyn to get all the desired assets it wants,” Scotto writes.

With Kevin Durant having four years and $194,2M left in his contract with Brooklyn, the Nets will seek a blockbuster trade package in order to agree to a deal. This package could include multiple All-Star players and first-round picks.

That said, it seems unlikely at the moment for the Heat or the Phoenix Suns to trade for Kevin Durant without the help of a third team.

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