The Brooklyn Nets have been the talk of the NBA lately for some wild rumors involving star guard James Harden. However, those rumors aren't the only tidbits swirling around Brooklyn, as veteran forward Paul Millsap has been floated as a possible name to be made available in trades. With Brooklyn likely looking to move the soon-to-be 37-year-old Millsap, here is the franchise's main goal by making such a transaction, according to the latest rumors, via NBA reporter Marc Stein.

The Nets have pledged to find Paul Millsap a new home and have granted the former All-Star forward, who turns 37 on deadline day, leave from the team as they scour the market for a suitable trade. Swapping Millsap for more perimeter shooting, sources say, is among the Nets' goals.

Per the Nets rumors from Stein, Brooklyn is looking to trade Paul Millsap and are seeking, among other things, perimeter shooting in a possible trade of the veteran forward.

This makes sense for the Nets to target in possible returns for a Millsap trade, as the team has suffered in that department during the absence of sharpshooter Joe Harris. They average the fifth fewest made three-pointers per game as a team.

It remains to be seen if the Nets will find any suitors for a Paul Millsap trade, though these rumors certainly are an interesting dive into the thinking of Brooklyn's front office with the deadline approaching.