The Brooklyn Nets have reportedly agreed to a deal to trade superstar Kevin Durant just days after the franchise agreed to trade fellow star Kyrie Irving, ending the franchise’s hopes of creating a dynasty with the two players. .
Durant will be sent to the Phoenix Suns for a whopping four first-round picks as part of what would go down as one of the most successful deals in NBA history, according to ESPN.
The deal includes the Nets receiving Mikal Bridges, Cam Johnson, Jae Crowder, four first-round picks and additional draft compensation. The Suns will acquire Durant and TJ Warren, according to ESPN.
According to ESPN reporter Adrian Wojnarowski, Durant wanted to move to the Suns, and new owner Mat Ishbia lobbied to finalize the deal.
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First-round picks are unprotected in 2023, 2025, 2027 and 2029, Wojnarowski reported.
Athletic’s Shams Charania also confirmed the transfer.
The deal comes just days after the Nets sent Irving to the Dallas Mavericks on Sunday, cementing their plan to completely revamp the franchise.
The Phoenix Suns were reported to be among the teams that approached the Nets immediately after Irving’s deal was announced Sunday, with Durant previously expressing interest in them last offseason.
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Durant signed a four-year, $194 million extension with the Nets in the offseason.
He was locked up with the Nets until 2026.
With Irving traded, Durant was the last remaining player from the 2019 offseason, when the two decided to join the Nets in an attempt to build a dynasty.
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The trade also comes just hours after a three-team mega trade for Russell Westbrook from the Los Angeles Lakers was announced.
Andrew Mark Miller and Scott Thompson of Fox News contributed to this report.