wouldn't surprise me if the Nets deal Kyrie at this point too. think of the talent they could get for those two, and get a fresh start.
lmao jesus fucking christKevin Durant has requested a trade from Brooklyn, his business manager told ESPN, but the Nets are not buoyed to honoring any of KD's preferred destinations and plan to make a deal that allows them the greatest return of assets, sources told ESPN.www.espn.com
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that's what almost always happens with superstar trades thoAlso, if any team can manage to fuck up this opportunity, it's the Nets. $20 says they'll end up with a half-dozen average players and draft picks that don't pan out.
that may be true. I think they'd get a solid return on Durant, even if it's still just 0.65 or whatever on the dollar.I just have the sense that the Nets will work tirelessly to find a way to end up with less than most teams would.
that's what almost always happens with superstar trades tho
it's almost impossible to get equivalent value back on a Kevin Durant bc in the NBA the sum of lesser players never equals a single great player
when was the last time a team traded a superstar - one still playing like a superstar - and got back even close to equivalent value?
how do you think he'll do as a top dog? or I guess co-top dogs with Randlemore than that though its just awful asset management on the mavs part. thats actually worse than losing brunson.