What would the Milwaukee Bucks get in exchange for Kevin Durant? 

Shams Charania of The Athletic reported on Monday that the Milwaukee Bucks were among the teams that looked into the price of Kevin Durant, who asked to

be traded earlier this off-season (subscription required). Even though it was said that the Milwaukee Bucks didn't make an offer, we fans are still left wondering,

"What would the Milwaukee Bucks have to trade to Brooklyn in order to get Kevin Durant?" How would the Milwaukee Bucks offer to trade for Kevin Durant? 

The Milwaukee Bucks aren't going to trade Giannis Antetokounmpo, and if they were interested in Kevin Durant, it was because they wanted to pair him with

another forward. The Bucks will have to choose between Jrue Holiday and Khris Middleton in order to make their salaries work.

The Brooklyn Nets have also made it clear that they want a lot of draught picks in exchange for Durant. The Milwaukee Bucks have some draught picks to offer,

but not as much as some other teams. So what would the offer look like in the end? Here's what I think: 

Even though I don't like the idea of trading Khris Middleton because of how well he works with Giannis Antetokounmpo, it's clear that Kevin Durant would be a better player.

The roles and salaries of Seth Curry and Grayson Allen are almost the same on both teams. However, Curry's contract is up soon, while Allen's isn't up until 2024.

This could allow the Brooklyn Nets to trade Allen in the future. Adding Allen, who is six years younger than Curry, would let the Brooklyn Nets either trade Allen to a contender next season,

which would help them get the most for Durant, or sign him to a long-term deal and make him part of their rebuild. Even though Khris is almost three years younger than Durant,

the difference between them would have to be made up for with draught picks. The Milwaukee Bucks would have to offer some draught capital to meet the Nets' asking price. If this offer isn't enough,

the Milwaukee Bucks could add recently drafted forward MarJon Beauchamp and the deal would still go through, but as it stands, I think this is a fair trade.

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