Following a disappointing season, the Brooklyn Nets are going back to the drawing board to redeem themselves for the 2022-23 campaign. However, many have wondered if the team's plans include a core of Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, with an emphasis on the future of Irving. 

During a recent sitdown with media members, Nets GM Sean Marks spoke about what the team is planning to do with Kyrie, contractually speaking. Needless to say, Marks was non-committal in his response. 

“I think that’s something we’ve been discussing, and will continue to debrief on and discuss throughout this offseason,” he said. “It’s honestly not just Kyrie...we have decisions to make on a variety of free agents throughout our roster.”

Marks continued, “We haven’t had any of those discussions yet, so it would be unfair for me to comment on how it looks with us and Kyrie, because, to be quite frank, he has some decisions to make on his own.”

As far as retooling for next season, Marks said the team is “looking for guys that want to be a part of something bigger than themselves, play team basketball, and be available.”

“We need people here that want to be here, they’re selfless that want to be part of something bigger than themselves, and there’s an objective and there’s a goal at stake here,” he added. “And in order to do that, we’re gonna need availability from everybody.”