The Kevin Durant won't result in a trade this summer, as the Brooklyn Nets released a statement
saying the two sides will "move forward" with their focus set on winning a championship.
While Durant hasn't commented on his status with the team, he responded to criticism of the process playing out publicly.
Utah Jazz point guard Patrick Beverley posted that it "ain't cool"
how the long ordeal has impacted "dudes with families out here who haven’t got a job."
"It’s not good business," Beverley added in a separate Twitter post. "These owners can’t wait until
new deal comes. All we doing is hurting the future." Durant responded to Beverley's initial post with a "#BLAMEKD" hashtag.
Beverley clarified that he wasn't pointing the finger at Durant, but he wished both parties kept the situation behind closed doors.
Durant's trade request didn't stop a flurry of activity from unfolding once NBA officially opened free agency. However,
Beverley appears to be suggesting that some teams have held off on making other moves while pursuing Durant.