Nba, Durant are back to speak on Twitter after Nets sale order

The Brooklyn star returns after ordering to speak on social media. Galen Smith moves to Indiana and Damion Lee moves to The Suns

Kevin Durant is back on Twitter after asking for a deal. All the rumor-hunting, someone has tried to steal clues from him about his next team, if he’s really going to force the Brooklyn Nets’ hand to marry somewhere else. But nothing to do now. The puzzle remains the same. It looks like Phoenix, Miami and Philadelphia have a chance of success. However, it’s fair to remember that Brooklyn will also have a role in this story, beyond the whims of its star. Technically, he’ll have the last word, even. “Those who’ve been with me at the gym know what I’m talking about – Kevin wrote on Twitter – they know what I’m made of. If you haven’t gone, ask around.” A clear reference to the environment in the mosquito house last season.

Names in the market

Meanwhile, the US market day has just begun, time zone. There was some “adjustment” movement, pending shocks from the big names: KD, sure, but also Irving, Eaton, Harden, Sexton. Many of the moves are related to each other because the wage space remaining around the league is limited. The exchanges depend on the game of joints. Then there’s the Miles Bridges case: After he was arrested for domestic violence against his wife, Charlotte Hornets, who were willing to revamp him in sultan characters, would they get rid of him? We will know soon.

Smith for the Bakers

Jalen Smith, who was long-missed by the Phoenix Suns after being picked by them in the draft lottery, will sign a two-year contract with the Indiana Pacers, which he relaunched at the end of last season. He’ll earn $9.6 million overall. Damion Lee, Steph Curry’s son-in-law, has agreed to an annual contract with The Sun. So he leaves the warriors to join their first rivals in the West. Lee, 30, will replace Aaron Holiday in the vicinity of the franchise who had the best regular season record last season. The Wolves, who did not always speak favorably of the exciting trade with which they brought the French center Joubert to Minnesota, mastered a sideways movement. Guard will sign Bryn Forbes for a season at minimum wage: pure shooters.

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