In a move that could alter the NBA for the next few years the superstar, Kevin Durant has asked for trade with his

team the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday, Durant's business manager Rich Kleiman told ESPN's, Adrian Wojnarowski.

It's not just unusual for an athlete of Durant's quality to be traded in trade however what makes him greater a deal chip is the fact that 

Kevin Durant 

he's signed a four-year extension to his contract which will begin this week, meaning that any team who acquires Durant will know they'll be able to use Durant until 2026.

The Phoenix Suns and Miami Heat are among the teams Durant is putting on his list of teams he would like to trade for according to sources who spoke with Wojnarowski.

But the Nets aren't bound to respect any of Durant's favorite locations and are planning to strike an agreement

that will allow them to get the highest return on assets, according to sources who spoke with Wojnarowski.

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Durant's decision of asking for an exchange is the climax of the uncertainty surrounding the Nets since the conflict between the team.