Phoenix Suns Lose Twins in Blockbuster Trade for Kevin Durant

The Phoenix Suns make a late-night blockbuster trade with the Brooklyn Nets acquiring star forward Kevin Durant, sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The deal also includes T.J Warren returning to Phoenix and four first-round picks and a 2028 pick swap.

The Suns are losing the twins Mikal Bridges and Cam Johnson, and finally, Jae Crowder gets the desired trade he wanted all season long.

Phoenix owner Mat Ishbia wasted no time his first day officially taking over the team’s front office as Owner, pushed hard, and made his first transaction the Suns biggest blockbuster trade since Charles Barkley.

The Valley will be buzzing and most have the Suns as the front runners in the Western Conference.

Durant pushed in the off-season to come to Phoenix and it didn’t transpire because of the wild reckless trade that sent Rudy Gobbert to the T-Wolves for a King’s ransom.

After Kyrie Irving was dealt to the Mavericks it was inedible that Durant would want out, and although he didn’t go public with his wishes for a second time, the Nets quickly made the trade with the Suns ridden them from all three of the headaches stars they acquired a few years ago.

Now the Suns will have less than half a season to get Durant acclimated to the team system and culture, and the big concern will be can he and new teammates Chris Paul and Devin Booker all stay healthy enough to make a serious run for a title.

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