The Brooklyn Nets are in talks with several teams in the Summer League to get a Kevin Durant trade done, but that doesn't mean it will happen any time soon.

According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, while the Summer League has provided the Nets and other NBA execs an opportunity to talk and possibly get a deal done, the reality is a trade of such magnitude usually takes time to settle. As what has been repeatedly reported over the past few days, any trade for KD will likely involve several teams because of Brooklyn's massive asking price of superstar players and picks.

“There's no sense with the Nets or with teams talking to the Nets that they have tremendous urgency or they're trying to move this along quickly to find a resolution [and] get a deal. They [Nets] want to get a deal, they wanna get the best deal they can. But these things take a life of their own, and I think you'll see more of those face-to-face conversations here in the coming weeks and days, but that doesn't guarantee that there's going to be a KD trade in Summer League,” Woj shared on the Durant trade front, via ClutchPoints Twitter.

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It will certainly be interesting to see how the Kevin Durant trade saga develops. A lot of teams are interested, but the Nets have complete control of what they can do with the superstar forward. There were even talks earlier on how they can just choose to work things out with KD and try to resolve their differences if they don't find an ideal trade.

For now, fans just have to wait and be patient while waiting for any Durant deal. As Woj suggested, it might take a long time before we see anything materialize.