Ben Simmons calls the Nets the 76ers ‘On Steroids’ ahead of the new season


Ben Simmons #25 of the Philadelphia 76ers celebrates with JJ Riddick #17 against the Chicago Bulls

Ben Simmons played with JJ Riddick as a member of the Philadelphia 76ers for two seasons and were reunited on the final episode of JJ Riddick. The Old Man and Three Podcasts. The two recalled the time they spent in Philadelphia together, his feelings about the narrative he couldn’t portray, as well as his thoughts after his trade with the Brooklyn Nets and what to expect from them in the upcoming season.

The Nets are set to team up to see the debut of their core of Simmons, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant in the upcoming 2022-23 NBA season. After combat injuries, Simmons is ready to debut in Costume Nets.

Simmons: Networks are like Philly on steroids

Redick noted that he had always thought Simmons would be a perfect fit for the Nets, especially with elite shooters and how he could create them. Simmons talked about the exciting potential the Nets have while comparing them to the Redick’s Sixers but on steroids.

“I think just like the talent we have and the kind of guys we have. We’ll be able to run the floor easily. You know Claxton can run it and move really well, how, Patty, Kay, Joe, we just got Royce, another great 3D guy.” I miss people, but I think this team now is a perfect fit for what I’m doing and what I bring into the game.I feel like Philly on steroids,”Simmons said. Like, I don’t have to guard Kay and Kevin? ”

Simmons was relieved that he no longer had to prepare to guard Durant or Irving defensively and shared that the two had a tough defensive match.

Simmons went on to talk that Kevin Durant can’t be guarded and that “no one guards Kevin or Kai.”

Bucher Now Debunked group chat report

The podcast was an excellent opportunity for Simmons, who doesn’t appear much in the media, to discuss the criticism he’s receiving as well as filter some of the rumors, one we deplore being that he didn’t actually leave the Nets’ group chat prior to their playoff game against the Boston Celtics.

Boucher said according to via HoopsHype. And that’s as far as I’d go with that either. I’m not going to hit it off. Ben Simmons was in a group chat with some other team players. So they asked Ben if he was playing in Game Four. Not only did he not reply, he walked out of the chat. Now, as I said, “Another reporter suggested that the event never happened. I’m well aware that this reporter, let’s say he has interests in painting things a certain way. Again, I’ll leave it at that that his comments prompted me to go back and double-check my source. He insists.” This source contends that it actually happened, and explains why someone might report it another way. So I’m sticking with it.”


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