Andre Iguodala advises Durant, “No taeup.” [NBA]
Andre Iguodala (38, FA) gave advice to his former teammate and Kevin Durant (33) of the Brooklyn Nets (hereinafter referred to as Brooklyn).
ESPN, a local media outlet, said on the morning of the 16th, “We will put the weight of Iguodala Durant.”
Iguodala recently appeared on the podcast “Point Forward” and revealed her thoughts on Durant, who is emerging as the hottest potato in the NBA.
Iguodala said, “I think Durant should stay in Brooklyn. New York is such a big market, and there’s a lot to do. And there is a great potential for promising players to grow, he said. “We just need to figure out how to make them work well,” he said, expressing his feelings about the situation with Durant’s transfer price.
“He hasn’t signed a short contract with Brooklyn right now,” Iguodala said. Durant recalled that his four-year contract with Brooklyn will not expire next season, and it cannot be resolved even if he takes a year off.
He added, “I hope Durant doesn’t have a tan in Brooklyn.”
Iguodala is known to be close to Durant. Iguodala and Durant have won the Golden State Warriors twice in three years. They also won gold medals together at the 2010 FIBA World Cup and the 2012 Olympics.
Ultimately, in an interview with NBC Sports last month, Iguodala called Durant a “beautiful individual” and promised to do his best for him.
Meanwhile, Iguodala’s advice was based on reports from ESPN’s Brian Windhost and NBA-savvy Mark Stein.
They said Durant is likely to miss the training camp unless Brooklyn completes the trade by early September. Durant also says he is prepared to reduce his value to make the trade easier.
Iguodala was traded to the Memphis Grizzlies (hereinafter referred to as Memphis) ahead of the 2019-2020 season. He refused to join the Memphis team and expressed his desire to play for the championship team.
In the end, Iguodala was traded to the Miami Heat (hereinafter referred to as Miami) without playing one game in Memphis, and signed a two-year contract extension with Miami.
Many NBA fans sent a lot of criticism toward Iguodala at the time, and Memphis pointed to Iguodala as his least favorite player.
When many people, including Rafael Balo, told the circuit scout that they had advised Durant, they asked, “Then, why didn’t you play in Memphis at the time?”
Meanwhile, if Durant remains in Brooklyn as Iguodala said, he can seek the championship with Kyrie Irving and Ben Simmons. 안전놀이터
Brooklyn also reinforced wing resources such as TJ Warren and Lois O’Neill this offseason, and three-point shooter Joe Harris will return from an ankle injury. He then renewed his contract with Nicolas Claxton and Patty Mills, who sent loyalty to the team, to ensure an internal crackdown.