The Nets have agreed to trade Kevin Durant to the Phoenix Suns for a package of players and first-round picks, according to a person familiar with the deal who was not authorized to discuss it publicly. The deal comes just days after the Nets traded their star guard Kyrie Irving to the Dallas Mavericks.
In exchange for Durant, the Nets will receive the forwards Mikal Bridges, Cameron Johnson and Jae Crowder, along with four first-round draft picks and the right to swap another pick. The Suns will also receive Nets forward T.J. Warren.
The agreement was first reported by The Athletic.
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