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Kevin Durant Next Team Odds: Suns, Celtics Favored to Land Nets Superstar

The Brooklyn Nets will have huge decisions to make within the next 24 hours, especially with Kevin Durant. Will the superstar be traded? Jon Conahan previews the Kevin Durant next team odds and analyzes what teams could use him.
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Kevin Durant Next Team Odds: Suns, Celtics Favored to Land Nets Superstar

After Kyrie Irving decided that he wanted to be traded from the Brooklyn Nets, there have been rumors suggesting that Kevin Durant might be the next one to ask out. Although that request hasn't been made official yet, noise is starting to come from a few sources out in Brooklyn that Durant could be traded. Below, we will look at Kevin Durant's next team odds if he is traded.

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There's no denying that any team that acquires Durant is going to be one of the best teams in basketball. There are a few teams that make way too much sense in this deal, including teams like the Phoenix Suns, Memphis Grizzlies, and even a reunion with the Golden State Warriors.

Continue reading below for the latest Kevin Durant next team odds.

Kevin Durant Next Team Odds

TeamOdds
Suns+200
Celtics+300
Warriors+400
Hawks+500
Raptors+600
Knicks+750
Lakers+900
Clippers+1000

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Due to Durant's abilities, it's easy to see why there are so many teams in the latest Kevin Durant next-team odds.

As we can see from these odds, the one team that we should be watching out for is the Phoenix Suns. Phoenix was all in on Durant during the off-season and they're hopeful that they can make a huge splash if he does become available via trade within the next 24 hours. Durant would be a huge addition to this Phoenix team paired with Devin Booker and there's even an argument to be made that this would be the team to beat in the Western Conference if they ever acquired him.

Another interesting team here is the Boston Celtics. Although a deal with Boston would likely have to include Jaylen Brown, the Celtics would clearly be the top team in basketball if this ever happened. When also factoring in the other players that Boston has, they would look nearly unbeatable with Kevin Durant. The question for them is if they want to sell out on their future and not have Jaylen Brown and Jason Tatum be their superstar duo for the next 10-plus years. Either way that Boston decides to go is going to be the right one as they already have the top odds to win the NBA Finals.

The Golden State Warriors might not decide to bring Kevin Durant back, but they certainly have the assets to do so if they really wanted to. Jordan Poole, James Wiseman, Jonathan Kuminga, and other young players could all interest Brooklyn if they did decide to go this route.

Memphis is another team that we should watch out for here despite not having odds in the Kevin Durant next-team odds. When factoring in that Ja Morant needs another superstar for them to get over that hump, it really wouldn't make sense if Memphis wasn't all in on Durant. Even if they had to give up players like Desmond Bain and Dillon Brooks with five plus first-round picks, this is a deal that instantly makes Memphis a better team.

It still hasn't been made certain, but it does look likely that Durant could possibly ask out for a trade and that means that the Kevin Durant next team odds will continue shifting within the next 24 hours.

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An Editor and Analyst for OddsChecker, Jon Conahan has been covering all major sports since 2019. He is a 2022 graduate of the Bellisario School of Journalism at Penn State University and previously played D1 baseball.

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