The Brooklyn Nets have implied that the situation with Kevin Durant could "drag on into training camp" if they don't like their trade options, sources told Brian Lewis of the New York Post.

The Nets have reportedly received a "host of calls" surrounding Durant, though he is said to prefer the Suns or the Heat as a destination.

The Raptors, whom many league personnel believe could put together the best trade package, are hesitant on moving Scottie Barnes in a deal.

With Durant having four years left on his contract, the Nets could also stretch the situation into training camp and attempt to work things out.

Lewis adds that trade interest in Kyrie Irving is "tepid," with the Lakers as the only realistic option.