The Nets begin their six-game Western swing Wednesday night against the Jazz, but it remains to be seen if they’ll return to Brooklyn next month with the same team they brought on the trip.

With less than 48 hours to go until Thursday’s 3 p.m. (EST) trade deadline, the Nets have been linked to several possible deals, with both Jason Terry and Reggie Evans rumored to be on the way out.

“People like to say it doesn’t wear on them, but … if your name is being thrown out there, it’s hard not to think about it,” Deron Williams said before the Nets convened at the University of Utah for practice Tuesday night.

“Especially if you have a family, you have to uproot your family … it’s a lot to think about. It’s definitely tough, and once the deadline passes, it’ll be good for us.”

The strongest rumor at this point appears to involve the Kings’ Marcus Thornton, a trigger-happy shooting guard, coming to Brooklyn in exchange for Terry and Evans, a potential deal that was first reported by Yahoo! Sports. While it would cost the Nets a little over $700,000 in salary plus a couple of million more in luxury-tax payments, it also would free up a roster spot, both for the remainder of this season and next, when Thornton is set to be owed $8.5 million.

Both Terry, who is in his 15th season, and Evans, who is in his 12th, have been traded multiple times in their careers. Terry was shipped to the Nets last summer as part of the blockbuster trade with the Celtics that brought Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett.