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Report: Kevin Durant has 2 preferred landing spots

As Kevin Durant ramps up his efforts to force a trade from the Brooklyn Nets, he may be eyeing two particular teams as potential landing spots. The Boston Celtics are a “desired landing spot” of Durant’s, according to Ian Begley of SNY. Durant would also be interested in the Philadelphia 76ers, Begley says. Some members of the 76ers have pushed for the team to engage in trade talks, though no serious discussions have occurred.
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76ers Land Kevin Durant In Blockbuster Trade Scenario

In the modern NBA, the term “player empowerment” gets thrown around a lot. Realistically, it’s more like “star player empowerment”. After all, your average role player has as little say in where he played as he ever has. In fact, one might argue he has less. When a star demands a trade, role players are frequently involved in order to match salaries.
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Kevin Durant sees Celtics as a "desired landing spot"

BOSTON -- We've known that Kevin Durant wants out of Brooklyn since the end of June, and he had Miami and Phoenix on his preferred list of destinations shortly after he made his initial request. That list is now expanding after Durant doubled-down on his demand over the weekend, with the Boston Celtics right in the thick of things.Durant considers Boston a "desired landing spot," according to Ian Begley of SNY. He'd also like to play alongside Celtics guard Marcus Smart, according to Begley.Like every team, the Celtics have inquired a Durant trade with the Nets, but they haven't liked...

NBA World Reacts To Surprising Kevin Durant, James Harden News

To the surprise of few (or many), disgruntled Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant would like to reunite with James Harden in a move out of Brooklyn. ESPN's Frank Isola reported on Wednesday that Durant is interested in playing with Harden again. Durant and Harden played a little under a year together in Brooklyn before Harden was traded to the Philadelphia 76ers, where he has since re-signed on a long-term deal.

Sixers Interested In Trading For Kevin Durant?! | KD Views Philly As A "Desired Landing Spot"

According to Ian Begley of SNY, there are high-ranking members of the Sixers who’ve felt strongly about engaging with Brooklyn on a Durant trade. Also, Begley states that KD reportedly views the 76ers and Celtics as desired landing spots. Could this have anything to do with Harden & KD hanging out recently? Today, we break it all down and give our thoughts on whether this is actually realistic. #Sixers #SixersNews #JamesHarden #KevinDurant #JoelEmbiid #BenSimmons #KyrieIrving #NBA #NBANews #NBARumors #Celtics #Nets

Could the Sixers Be in on a Kevin Durant Trade?

While the team has brought back James Harden and added some role players like P.J. Tucker, De'Anthony Melton and Danuel House, they could still make a run at the disgruntled Nets forward. According to Nets and NBA Reporter Ian Begley of SNY the Sixers brass might have interest in making...

Cleveland Cavaliers announce 2022 preseason schedule

CLEVELAND — Following a breakthrough 2021-22 season, we now know when the Cleveland Cavaliers will be back on the court. On Wednesday, the Cavs announced their 2022 preseason schedule, which will begin with a road game against the Philadelphia 76ers on Oct. 5. After that, Cleveland will host the 76ers on Oct. 10 and Atlanta Hawks on Oct. 12 at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, before closing out their exhibition schedule on Oct. 14 on the road against the Orlando Magic.

Offseason Review: Orlando Magic

Amid the most dormant part of an NBA cycle, we at Liberty Ballers will be sizing up the Philadelphia 76ers’ 14 Eastern Conference foes. First up is the Orlando Magic. Aided by some good lottery fortune, the reward for Orlando’s 22-60 record and last-place finish out East in 2021-22 was the No. 1 overall pick, where it nabbed Duke forward Paolo Banchero. By doing so, the Magic further solidify a highly intriguing young core featuring dudes like Banchero, Markelle Fultz, Jalen Suggs, Franz Wagner and Wendell Carter Jr, which also figures to be the presumptive starting lineup.

Mr. Excitement: 76ers guard Tyrese Maxey generating buzz around NBA

A big storyline for the 76ers last season was Tyrese Maxey's breakout performance. After becoming a full-time starter, he showed why he can be valuable for years to come. Maxey averaged 17.5 points, 4.3 assists and 3.2 rebounds in 35.3 minutes over 75 games. He also ranked third in the league in three-point percentage at 42.7 percent, behind the Clippers' Luke Kennard (44.9 percent) and Grizzlies' Desmond Bane (43.6 percent).