Kevin Durant views Celtics as ‘desired landing spot’ in trade, per report

Kevin Durant’s trade request has been stuck in neutral ever since the superstar forward asked out of the Brooklyn Nets hours before NBA free agency opened on June 30. The Nets have understandably asked for a massive haul of players and draft picks in return for Durant, who is about to start a new four-year contract extension this season. Almost six weeks after his trade request, there has been very little momentum on a deal.

We know that Durant’s original preferred destinations were the Phoenix Suns and Miami Heat, but neither has a realistic path to a deal with the Nets based on what Brooklyn is asking for. The

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