Nets show restraint to track down premium return in return for Kevin Durant

For the Nets, exchanging Kevin Durant accurately is much more significant than doing it rapidly.

Association faculty who addressed The Post said Nets head supervisor Sean Marks — and as a matter of course group proprietor Joe Tsai too — are determined about receiving back All-Star type ability as a trade-off for Durant.

 What's more, with their displeased star having four years left on his agreement, the Nets are in no race to bargain.

The Nets clearly can't get like-for-like incentive for Durant, or take a MVP back to Brooklyn. Yet, the Nets are reaching skyward — allegedly looking at any semblance of Karl-Anthony Towns or Anthony Edwards — so they've advised contradicting GMs to circle third and, surprisingly, fourth groups in with the general mish-mash to cobble together the pieces they need.

Up to this point, association sources have said nothing is up and coming, or even at the high level stage.

Durant has communicated an inclination for Phoenix and Miami, with Marks and Tsai fairly able to work with Durant and colleague Rich Kleiman. However, apparently every competitor has connected on Durant, with some in any event, showing lukewarm interest in Kyrie Irving.

 Philadelphia talked with the Nets, albeit a source told The Post "nothing occurred there."