The Houston Rockets and Brooklyn Nets changed the NBA landscape on Wednesday, and they reportedly agreed to an amazing four-team deal that would send James Harden to the Eastern Conference.
“Casual Wednesday,” Steph Curry said in an interview with Tim Roye of The 95.7 Game Wednesday night.
If a large-scale deal involving the Indiana Pacers and Cleveland Cavaliers is completed, Harden will be reunited with former Oklahoma City Thunder teammate Kevin Durant and with All-Star point guard Kay Kyrie Irving is allied-if he ever comes back from a strange absence.
“Very crazy,” Curry said to Roy. “I know that in this league, nothing can surprise you, and there have been a lot of blockbuster deals in the past four, five, and six years. But when it does happen, the league’s landscape changes immediately. too crazy.
“Obviously, KD came here with our existing team and is now with Kyrie and James. It will be very interesting to watch them come together.”
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Curry said: “This alliance is pure entertainment, and this type of transaction has brought people’s interest to the highest level in history.”
The Warriors and the Nets have some things in common this season. Both teams have high goals, but it’s just a matter of the players coming together. This will determine how far the two teams will go in the NBA playoffs.
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When Curry focused on helping the Warriors return to the playoffs, the latest seismic changes in the NBA caught his attention.
Curry said: “It’s nice to be able to observe it all the time, but obviously as a competitor, it keeps your antenna up.”