Kevin Durant says it was the Nets’ lack of accountability that prompted the trade demand

Kevin Durant thought Brooklyn Nets general manager Sean Marks and head coach Steve Nash were failing to hold players accountable last season, which prompted his since-rescinded trade demand, he told reporters at Monday’s media day.

The former MVP requested that Nets owner Joseph Tsai fire Marks and Nash or trade him out of Brooklyn over the summer, only to have the 58-year-old billionaire voice support for his team’s leadership after reports of Durant’s demand surfaced. Ultimately both parties met last month in Los Angeles, where Durant’s concerns were addressed, prompting him to rescind the trade request.

The Nets disappointed in 2021-22, finishing seventh in the East and getting swept out of the first round of the playoffs by the Boston Celtics. Exacerbating issues during the season…

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