Why Brooklyn Nets fans shouldn't panic ahead of next season
The Brooklyn Nets had a very disappointing season after entering the campaign as undisputed favourites to take home the franchise's first ever NBA Championship. Surely things can only get better.
Kyrie Irving's refusal to get vaccinated, combined with James Harden's frustration with the team he forced a trade to just a year ago, which ultimately led to him being dealt to the Philadelphia 76ers, served as quick catalysts to turn a once-promising season into one that will forever live in infamy.
Several people within the Nets' organization also expect Irving to remain and a healthy Ben Simmons to join the team next season, according to NetsDaily.
In talking to people on the inside, I hear a lot of optimism that the Big 3 will be intact come October. And healthy. FWIW.— NetsDaily (@NetsDaily) May 27, 2022
Ben Simmons boost
Imagine Ben Simmons in attack mode with KD, Kyrie, Seth Curry, and Patty Mills spreading the floor🤯— Nets Nation (@NetsNationCP) May 29, 2022
Praying the Nets are healthy next year pic.twitter.com/kx7QLVxDd9