The Brooklyn Nets plan to be aggressive leading up to the trade deadline to upgrade their roster around Kevin Durant following their trade of Kyrie Irving for Spencer Dinwiddie, Dorian Finney-Smith, a first round picks and two second round picks.

"Now for Brooklyn, they want to get back to work," said Adrian Wojnarowski on Sunday. "They got the three picks they got in this trade, they have a future Philadelphia first round pick. They'll be aggressive with those picks between now and Thursday's trade deadline to try to get more help around Kevin Durant.

"Quite honestly, this is an organization that wants Kevin Durant to stay committed. Stay the course with this reshaping of this roster. They're going to continue between now and Thursday to do that."