Brooklyn Nets star, Kevin Durant reiterated his request to be traded. He had first made this request to the Nets owner six weeks ago.

Durant reportedly expressed concerns about the team’s direction under the leadership of coach Steve Nash and General Manager, Sean Marks.

Nets owner, Joe Tsai took to Twitter to express his support for the front office and coaching staff.

He wrote, “We will make decisions in the best interests of the Brooklyn Nets.”

Durant had earlier asked for a trade on June 30th when the summer’s free agent period was commencing.

Durant has 4 more years and $198 million on his contract with the Brooklyn Nets.

He is a 3-time-Olympic Champion, a 12-time All-Star and a 2-time NBA Champion.

Durant has averaged 29.9 points in 55 games last season.

He led the US to the Olympic gold at the Tokyo Games last summer.