Despite getting some key pieces in the Kyrie Irving trade, the Brooklyn Nets are reportedly not done making moves to upgrade their roster around Kevin Durant.
The team got one unprotected 2029 first-round pick and two second-round picks in the deal for Irving with the Dallas Mavericks and, according to a report, they will be “aggressive” in using those resources to make more trades.
“And now, in Brooklyn, they want to get back to work. They have three draft picks that they got in this trade. They have a future first-round pick from Philadelphia. And they’re going to be very aggressive with those picks between now and the trade deadline on Thursday to try to give more help around Kevin Durant.”, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported Sunday.
The Nets want to convince Kevin Durant to stay in Brooklyn without Kyrie Irving, and to do so, they are determined to show him their commitment to winning. That said, the Brooklyn franchise should have more trade discussions with the current resources they have.
Let’s see what happens in the coming hours, is this just the first of many trades?
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