D’Angelo Russell has been traded twice before, so he insists he isn’t sweating Thursday’s NBA trade deadline.

The Knicks are among the teams interested in the 23-year-old Russell, who scored 17 points Wednesday night in a 129-88 blowout loss to the Nets in his first game in Brooklyn following the blockbuster sign-and-trade with Golden State for Kevin Durant last summer.

“I have no idea what the talks are. There’s so much that’s going on. You never know what to believe,” Russell said after the game. “It is what it is. We’ll see.”

Still, the 2019 All-Star point guard also professed his love for New York fans. Russell received a warm ovation during introductions in his first trip back to Barclays Center, with fans chanting, “Thank you, D-Lo” during the first quarter. The Nets also played a video tribute between the first and second quarters.

“When you’ve been in this situation plenty of times you kind of know how to go about it,” said Russell, who also was traded from the Lakers to the Nets in 2017. “It’s not something you lose sleep over, because at the end of the day, you can’t really control it. It is what it is, it’s what you make it, as well.

D'Angelo Russell receives a pass Omar Spellman as Garrett Temple defends during the during the Nets' 129-88 win Wednesday night.
D’Angelo Russell receives a pass Omar Spellman as Garrett Temple defends during the during the Nets’ 129-88 win Wednesday night.for the NY POST

The Post’s Marc Berman has reported the Knicks will not part with their 2020 first-round pick in any deal for Russell. The second overall selection in the 2015 draft has three years remaining on the four-year, $117 million deal he signed last summer.

As Warriors coach Steve Kerr noted, however, Russell “wasn’t the story for our team tonight despite the fact that this was his one return here.”

Minutes before tipoff, Alec Burks and Glenn Robinson III were announced as inactive for the game, and they were later traded to the 76ers ahead of Thursday’s 3 p.m. deadline. Kerr said his already injury-ravaged team was “definitely affected by the circumstances” and why he believed “we took it on the chin.”

“Oh, man, we were messed up as a team. Guys that’s been riding with us since training camp. You build up a bond in this league. When it goes like that, we’re human, so it’s hard to go out there and escape that,” Russell said. “It’s just low, it was a low moment.

“It’s part of the business of the league and we know as a team those are brothers, not just guys that get tossed around. No matter what the circumstances, you always enjoy being around guys that you bond with, win, lose, whatever it may be.”

Russell, who is averaging a career-best 23.6 points per game, played through his own trade rumors. But he definitely appreciated the multiple chants from the Brooklyn fans throughout the game.

“It was cool, man. Felt like home. You always can count on New York fans to be there,” Russell said. “It was dope. It was love. It felt like home again. The New York fans are amazing and I appreciated it.”