Andre Iguodala feels Kevin Durant should return to the Brooklyn Nets and the two sides should put their best effort to improve their relationship. On June 30, Durant requested a trade from the Nets. Durant signed with the Nets in the summer of 2019 and he is coming off his third season with the team.
A month and a half has passed since Durant's trade request and the Nets haven't even come close to trading their star. “I think he should stay in Brooklyn,” Iguodala said on Point Forward podcast. “It’s such a big market, it’s good for the game.
Just figure out how to make it work. Everybody grow up and make it work. That’s how I feel about the situation”.
Iguodala feels Durant should stay in Brooklyn
Durant recently sat down for a conversation with Nets owner Joe Tsai.
During the meeting, Durant told Tsai to trade him or fire head coach Steve Nash and general manager Sean Marks. After Durant's demand was made public, Tsai sent out a tweet of support to Nash and Marks. ESPN's sports analyst Stephen A.
Smith thinks Durant's trade demands are unjustified and that the Nets should definitely keep him. “Hell no [Durant’s trade demands are not justified],” Smith said on ESPN’s First Take. “And I love me some KD.
I know people get on him about being sensitive and him clapping back to the media. Hell, he’s clapped back at me on several occasions publicly and privately. I love the brother. I think he’s the best player in the world when healthy.
These trade demands are not even close to being justified. Hell with that. If it’s me I’m Joe Tsai for the Brooklyn Nets, you ain’t going no damn place Kevin. There is no way in hell I’m letting Kevin Durant leave this year."