For the new Brooklyn Nets guard Seth Curry, Ben Simmons no need to redeem your decision to continue trading with Philadelphia 76ers.
“Business is business,” Curry said Nick Friedel of ESPN on Thursday. “I spoke from day one, even when it came out early in the season, people asked me if I felt that if Ben came back, should he apologize to us or what? I understand the case, he does not need to apologize to anyone. “
Simmons, Curry and Center Andre Drummond were sold in Brooklyn Deadline deal is a blockbuster that saw James Harden handed out to 76ers earlier this month.
According to Curry, both players and teams need to do what is in their best interest.
“I don’t take anything personal,” Curry said. “When we’re on the court, we’re teammates. All is well. And we depend on each other to do good things.
“He didn’t do anything negative for me personally, so I’m fine.”
Curry also contradicted the remarks of former teammate Danny Green, who recently said in his podcast “Inside the Green Room” that Curry and Dramand were not in the “most cordial relationship” with Simmons before the February 10 trade. David Earley of the Liberty Ballers. According to Curry, his relationship with Simmons is “okay”.
“He just wasn’t around, so we didn’t see him or talk to him much,” he continued. “But so far he’s on my (team). I went with him into battle last year, we’ve done a lot of good and I’m going to fight with who I’m going to fight with and who’s on my team, so I’m looking forward to returning with him and do good things ”.