Despite the dramatic upheaval of the Kevin Durant era of the Brooklyn Nets, Sean Marks appears secure in his position running the front office.

A source tells Brian Lewis of the New York Post that Marks and Joe Tsai are "in lockstep" and another source said that “ownership has full confidence in that front office to build for the future.”

Marks built a competitive team without draft assets when he assumed his position in 2016. The Nets will attempt to retool this time around with 11 first round picks and eight second rounders. Brooklyn also has a number of tradable two-way wings and will presumably build around Mikal Bridges.