Brooklyn Nets star forward Kevin Durant wants to move past an offseason that was consumed by his trade request and his future with the organization.
"Can we move on past that at some point?" Durant said after Friday's practice. "I know it's an interesting story. I know that it took up most of the offseason and drama sells, I get that, but I didn't miss any games, I didn't miss any practices, I'm still here. So hopefully we can move past that."
Durant requested a trade in June and reportedly asked for coach Steve Nash and general manager Sean Marks to be fired later in the summer. He pulled back his request in August and says now he still believes in the Nets' future together. After Nash said earlier this week that he didn't "100 percent" believe all the reports that came out this summer, Durant was asked specifically if he thought there were any inaccuracies about what was reported during the summer.
"There's a lot of s--- that was inaccurate," Durant said. "But it's like I don't want to go through it right now. We don't got that much time right now."