Here’s the latest on Kevin Durant’s trade demand from the Nets.  

Kevin Durant has requested a trade from the Brooklyn Nets, putting one of the greatest players in NBA history is officially on the trade market. Durant is about to a start new four-year contract extension that will pay him $194 million over the course of the deal.

Durant reportedly has two teams on his preferred list of destinations: the Miami Heat and Phoenix Suns. Each team earned the No. 1 seed in their respective conference in last year’s playoffs, but failed to advance to the NBA Finals.

Rumors of Durant’s potential departure from the Nets started when the franchise refused to give Kyrie Irving the long-term, max contract he was seeking

Irving opted into the final year of his deal with Brooklyn for $36 million. Now both players are very likely to be traded this offseason and never play another game for the Nets.

Durant reportedly requested a trade from the Nets because they would not give Irving the contract he was seeking, per Adrian Wojnarowski.

Kevin Durant requested a trade from Nets because Kyrie Irving wasn’t given long-term contract from Brooklyn

The Nets will trade Kyrie Irving in addition to Kevin Durant, per Woj

Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving could be traded to the same team, but it’s unlikely, per Woj