Shaq asks what Kevin Durant should do instead of asking for a transfer


Four-time NBA champion Shaquille O’Neal has finally spoken out about Kevin Durant’s transfer request, as the NBA Free Agency is a month away from its end.

Kevin Durant of the Brooklyn Nets
© Sarah Stier/Getty ImagesKevin Durant of the Brooklyn Nets

When Kevin Durant requested a trade, there were many rumors about the possible destinations for the two-time NBA champion. However, the most recent possible trade between the Boston Celtics and the Brooklyn nets was most heard. This was because the players were involved.

According to various reports, the NBA Runners-up 2022 were excited to trade Jaylen Brownone of their superstars alongside various role-players to exchange the 2014 Most Valuable Player Winner. This rumor even surprised Brown himself when he posted on Twitter his reaction to the news.

In fact, recent reports mentioned Kevin Durant has a meeting with the Nets front office this week. Now the No.1 pick of the 1992 NBA DraftShaquille O’Neal was asked about this. See what the 15-time NBA All-Star had to say about this possible trade.

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Basketball Hall of Famer and TNT Analyst Shaquille O’Neal talk about “The Rich Eisenshow” about his view on the possible trade between the Boston Celtics and the Brooklyn nets that exploded the NBA social media world. That deal included Jaylen Brown joining several Celtics players for two-time NBA champion Kevin Durant.

shaq said: “We have a young core that we can build and we can trust and keep them. I don’t know what everyone was looking at, but Jaylen (Brown) was pretty hung up on (Kevin) Durant. So no, the answer is no.” This in reference to a possible trade between these two superstars.

Finally, he suggested what Durant should do instead of asking for a transfer. “When you build a house, you should live in it… You, as a leader, should make it work, but you don’t want to make it work, I guess… You know he’s probably trying to be a contender It’s easier that way.”

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