Kevin Durant has made it clear he wants out of Brooklyn, but the weeks have passed and the team has yet to find him a new home. The 12-time NBA All-Star, meanwhile, has reportedly added the Sixers to his wish list.

According to Ian Begley of SNY, Durant sees both Boston and Philadelphia as desired landing spots. On top of that, KD reportedly gave the Nets an ultimatum last week, suggesting owner Joe Tsai that the only way he’s staying is if he fires GM Sean Marks and coach Steve Nash.

However, far from putting any pressure on the Nets, nothing has changed for the team regarding this situation. According to Brian Windhorst of ESPN, Brooklyn has no urgency at all to move Durant.

Report: Nets still not urged to trade Kevin Durant

“Ten days ago, Kevin Durant and Joe Tsai met in London. Durant really tried to apply the pressure by asking for Steve Nash and Sean Marks to get fired. And guess what has happened? Nothing. Nothing has happened. The dynamic around Kevin Durant hasn’t changed at all. There hasn’t been an urgency in trade talks. There hasn’t been a change in strategy by the Brooklyn Nets, Windhorst said.

“I think what we have here is really a study of leverage. First off, the Nets do not have leverage in trade talks with other teams. They are not giving them the offers that they want. They see no reason to increase them. And so they’re not making any progress there. And Kevin Durant clearly does not have leverage with the Brooklyn Nets. He is asking for things: ‘Get me traded. Fire the coach. Fire the GM.’ He is being told no. So when you have denied leverage, you have a stalemate.”

Unless they suddenly receive an offer that meets their high demands, the Nets look willing to wait as long as it takes to get a deal done for Durant.