The Houston Rockets and Brooklyn Nets rocked the NBA on Wednesday when they reportedly agreed to a four-team trade that would send James Harden to the Eastern Conference.
“It’s a comfortable Wednesday,” Steph Curry said on Wednesday night during an interview with Tim Roye on 95.7 The Game.
If a big deal involving the Indiana Pacers and the Cleveland Cavaliers is complete, Harden will reunite with former Oklahoma City Thunder teammate Kevin Durant and team up with All-Star point defender Kyrie Irving. Strange
“Crazy pretty,” Curry told Roy, “I know there is nothing surprising in this league that you and your blockbuster have been trading in the past four and five years. But it̵7;s crazy to know that when it actually happens, the landscape of the league will suddenly change.
“And obviously KD is here with the team we have and now with Kyrie and James, it will be pretty interesting to see together.”
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The NBA has never been disappointed with countless star trades taking place every year on the day of the NHL opening the 2021 season. The NBA stole their thunder.
“The league is real entertainment and this kind of trading is always high-interest,” Curry said.
The Warriors and Nets have a few things in common this season. Both teams had noble goals. But it’s about the players who have to face each other. That will determine how far both teams can go in the NBA playoffs.
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While Curry has been focused on helping the Warriors return to the season, the recent earthquake change in the NBA has brought him attention.
“Excited to watch it all the way. But apparently they are competitors.