There's no denying that the Brooklyn Nets are facing a tough offseason ahead following their unceremonious second-round exit at the hands of the Milwaukee Bucks. Nets general manager Sean Marks addressed the press in his exit interview, and as it appears, the high-ranking team executive has just hinted at a potential squad overhaul in the offseason.

The future of Kevin Durant and the rest of the Big 3 is undeniably the biggest concern for the Nets front office in the offseason. However, as Marks implied in his statement, there might also be a number of key pieces on the move this summer:

“Inevitably, there’s going to be change, here. That’s the tough thing with pro sports. You love continuity throughout and so forth, but there’s going to have to be changes. They may not all be because of the decisions that we decide to make. Our players have to make these decisions too. We have multiple players that have whether it’s options on their contract, their free-agent status is up, and so forth,” said Sean Marks, via of Nets Daily. “We’ll come together as a collective group and the opportunity for them and the opportunity for us is to go up there and put the best Brooklyn Nets team forward to start training camp next season.”

Spencer Dinwiddie (player option), Blake Griffin, and Jeff Green, are all going to enter free agency in the offseason. The same is the case for the likes of Bruce Brown, Tyler Johnson, and Mike James. It doesn't look like the Nets will be able to/are willing to keep all of these guys on the roster for next season, so we could be looking at a new-look Brooklyn side for 2021-22.

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It is important to note that Durant, James Harden, and Kyrie Irving are all on long-term deals that extend to the 2022-23 season. However, the fact that all three will be eligible for an extension is something that the Nets front office will also have to take into consideration.

“It’s probably too early to start discussing what their futures are. Obviously, we’re committed to them,” said Marks. “They play a big role in how we’re going to continue to build this, how we’re going to drive our culture and the identity of our team. I think what you see out there is that when they were healthy, that’s a very, very elite unit and I don’t see any shortage of people wanting to play with them, people wanting to play alongside them.”

At this point, one thing is clear — that the Big 3's first season with the Nets ultimately ended in failure. It's back to the drawing board for them as they look to exact some revenge next season.