Kevin Durant and the Brooklyn Nets appear to have mended fences after a tumultuous offseason.

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Nets head coach Steve Nash, Nets owner Joe Tsai, and Rich Kleiman, Durant’s business partner, all met and agreed to “move forward” heading into the 2022 season.

Nets’ owner Joe Tsai took a stance this offseason that many owners may not have taken in years past when superstars have requested out of their situations.

Just last year, James Harden forced his way out of Houston, only to then force his way out of Brooklyn.

This is a signal of control coming back to the owners as the NBA has been viewed as a players’ league.

Now, it appears the Nets will bring back both anchors of their 2022 squad and should get a fully healthy Ben Simmons back on the court as well.

As Kevin Durant enters his 16th season, the Nets will now appear to once again be contenders in the East and the entire NBA going into the 2022-23 season.

The Memphis Grizzlies had entered into trade discussions for Durant surfaced this week as well.