After two seasons with the Brooklyn Nets, Kevin Durant would consider leaving the door and finding a new franchise. Invited to comment on the future of KD, Tony Parker said he would not like to be in Steve Nash’s place. Indeed, the Frenchman believes that the Nets coach will never be able to find a worthy replacement for Kevin Durant.
Two years after his arrival at the brooklyn net, Kevin Durant would have desires elsewhere. In effect, K.D. would plan to pack his bags and migrate to new horizons during the trading period. And while the franchise of Toronto Raptors is his favorite, Kevin Durant could leave the Brooklyn Nets to join the Canada.
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“They can never get back what they had with Kevin Durant”
“Believe it or not, when I was young I wanted to play for the Raptors.recognised Kevin Durant in the summer of 2010 during an interview with The Dan Patrick Show. It was my favorite team. I was a huge Vince Carter fan, and to be honest, I wanted to wear that jersey. Then it was a whole new franchise at the time, and I wanted to be part of this new adventure. I appreciate how Vince Carter took this young team and almost got them to the Finals. He changed the culture in Toronto “. And according to Bobby Marks, Toronto would be the ideal destination for Kevin Durant currently. “For me the most credible team to welcome Kevin Durant is Toronto. They have Scottie Barnes on the roster, Pascal Siakam, and most importantly all of their draft picks to send to Brooklyn. The next team for me is New Orleans, but we’ll have to see what they do with Zion Williamson. Phoenix can also offer a package with Mikal Bridges and a player like Cam Johnson”estimated the insider in remarks reported by Let’s talk basketball lately.
“I made it clear to them that I didn’t want to be in their shoes right now”
Also invited to comment on the situation of Kevin Durant, Tony Parker didn’t really think about which franchise would be perfect for him. The former glory of San Antonio Spurs rather imagined the loss that would represent Kevin Durant for the Brooklyn Nets. And to believe Tony Parker, franchise led by Steve Nash can only regret it if Kevin Durant comes to leave, and this, because there is no one on the market who can manage to compensate for his departure. “I know Sean Marks well and Steve Nash is a very good friend, so I’m glad you asked me the question”told Tony Parker during an interview with ESPNbefore adding a layer.
“I know Sean Marks well and Steve Nash is a very good friend”
“It’s a complicated situation, because no matter what they do, no matter what trade they end up taking, they can never get back what they had with Kevin Durant. I made it clear to them that I didn’t want to be in their shoes right now.”concluded Tony Parker in comments reported by Let’s talk basketball.