Kevin Durant's issues with the Brooklyn Nets run deeper than his demand that the team fire Sean Marks and Steve Nash, sources told Josh Kosman and Brian Lewis of the New York Post.

For example, Durant was not consulted when the team fired assistant coach and director of player development Adam Harrington this offseason.

“There are simple things that erode a relationship. You fired someone he was close to and didn’t have a conversation about it,” the source told the Post.

Durant may have also been disappointed that Joseph Tsai did not do more in lobbying for a relaxation of vaccine mandates so Kyrie Irving could play in home games. Irving was not able to play at home until March 24, with Tsai hiring a lobbyist on February 8.

Durant is "likely" to rejoin the team should no trade occur, according to the source.