The reason Kevin Durant trade is going so slow, per Woj

There is still no movement in the Kevin Durant trade front despite it being days since the superstar forward asked for a move away from the Brooklyn Nets, and by the looks of it, things won’t change any time soon.

Brooklyn is not rushing to trade Durant since the team has all the time in the world to wait. However, as Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN noted, the lack of movement is because interested teams are still working behind the scenes to bring the package needed to get KD.

“The market is still taking shape, and I think it’s incumbent on some of the other teams to be creative and start bringing to Brooklyn ideas, going out and seeing if they can get players, picks that would put the kind of package it would take to get Kevin Durant. Brooklyn’s got time on its side. They have a lot of time left in the offseason and they have a player in KD who has four years left on his contract. They don’t have to rush into a deal,” Woj said on SportsCenter,

The Nets are looking for a trade package that includes a superstar player, a young rising star, and a slew of first-round picks and pick swaps in any deal for Kevin Durant. With that said, it’s likely that an offer for the 33-year-old will involve multiple teams to facilitate it.

According to recent reports, the Phoenix Suns, Miami Heat, Toronto Raptors and Golden State Warriors, among half of the league, are interested in trading for Durant. However, it remains to be seen what kind of offer they’ll give Brooklyn to convince them to give up one of the most prized assets this offseason.

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