daronne in the package

Les Nets auraient demandé… Jaylen Brown et Jayson Tatum en échange de Kevin Durant

Kevin Durant requested his transfer at the end of June. Kevin Durant has just posed a sacred ultimatum to the owner of the Nets. But Kevin Durant is currently still in Brooklyn. One of the reasons behind this is the enormous consideration demanded by the New York franchise during negotiations concerning KD. Huge how? We let you read on.

This is Adam Himmelsbach from boston globe who dropped the biggest valve of the evening. While the Celtics are now part of the credible destinations in the case of a transfer of Kevin Durant, we have just learned what was the very first request of the Nets during the telephone exchanges between the leaders of Brooklyn and those of Boston. Be careful, it’s very heavy. According to Himmelsbach, Sean Marks’ camp reportedly asked for Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum outright in exchange for KD. Yes, you read that right. Brown and Tatute. Not one, not the other, but both! Brad Stevens had to burst out laughing before asking Marks if he was planning on becoming a comedian one day. According to rumors, Brad even sent her a nice homemade “Put my daronne in the package” t-shirt. No but honestly, at some point you have to be serious guys. So yes, we know that, as always in negotiations, each side starts with very high demands in an attempt to obtain the best possible deal once compromises have been made on both sides. Except that there, we are at the limit of insolence and that does not really make you want to continue the discussions. Always according to boston globeit was only after this first request in any WTF point that Brooklyn chose to negotiate more seriously by focusing on a potential package centered around Jaylen Brown. But so far, nothing has materialized.

If a deal between the Celtics and the Nets does not seem relevant for the moment, we nevertheless learn via Ian Begley of TO CUT that Kevin Durant would not be against a trade in Boston. KD would even be rather warm to the idea of ​​​​playing alongside Marcus Smart (whose name was however mentioned in a potential package), and we also know that Durant is quite close to current Greens coach Ime Udoka, a former Nets assistant during the 2020-21 season. Translation, the one we nicknamed The Snake Reaper obviously has no trouble imagining himself under the mythical Celtics tunic, which is not very surprising given that Boston would probably turn into a huge favorite in the East in case arrival of KD. Some, especially in ESPNsee the C’s as the best team in the conference at the time of these lines, they who already seem to have everything they need in store to play the leading roles again next season. Do not forget that Udoka’s men have just come out of a participation in the NBA Finals and that they have just added former Pacers point guard Malcolm Brogdon to the roster, enough to give serious guarantees to KD who likes it a lot join teams already very close to consecration. Remember that Phoenix and Miami are also on the guy’s wish list, wish list to which we can also add the… Sixers according to the latest rumours.

The Kevin Durant file is currently still blocked, but fortunately the Nets are there to make us laugh a little in the middle of this beautiful mess. However, as next season approaches, the pressure around a KD trade will increase. And smart one who can predict today where Durant will end up…

Text sources: Boston Globe, SNY

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