The Brooklyn Nets want a young player and at least three first-round picks in any package involving Kevin Durant. But after Friday's events, that might no longer be the case.

After the Minnesota Timberwolves gave a luxurious offer to the Utah Jazz to get Rudy Gobert, the other big question in everyone's mind is: how does it impact Durant's market and what the Nets can get for him?

If the Jazz can get a slew of players and four first-round picks and a pick swap for the three-time Defensive Player of the Year, imagine what the Nets can get and should ask for in any trade involving Durant. Surely, it can't be the same what Utah got since Gobert is nowhere near the player Durant it–at least offensively.

Several NBA reporters and analysts raised that question and theorized that Durant's price will just go up because of the deal.

It is definitely not wrong to make that assumption, and if you are the Nets, you would definitely want the maximum value you can get from a player of Kevin Durant's caliber.

While that is a good thing for Brooklyn, though, that is definitely bad news for the likes of the Miami Heat and Phoenix Suns, who are said to be on top of KD's preferred destinations. The Toronto Raptors have been mentioned as potential suitors as well, but they might have to pay more than what they're willing to go after the Timberwolves paid a hefty price for Gobert.

It might take some time before the Nets find a trade partner for Durant, but it is certainly something to keep an eye on.