The Nets are probably screwed in the Kevin Durant trade derby after Joe Tsai’s tweet

Kevin Durant’s trade request has been stuck in limbo from the moment he asked out from the Brooklyn Nets. Durant’s request coincided with the start of free agency on June 30, but at this point every meaningful free agent save for Collin Sexton is off the board while Durant lingers on Brooklyn’s roster.

There has never really been any positive momentum building towards a Durant deal, but that may potentially start to change after two updates on Monday. First, Durant met with Nets owner Joe Tsai in London and reaffirmed his trade request, per Shams Charania of The Athletic. This is big considering the most likely outcome in recent

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