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NBA news: Nets will not consider any trade offers for James Harden

Before the trade deadline, the Nets will not consider any offers for James Harden, according to a report.

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NBA news: Rival clubs seeking to wrest James Harden from the Brooklyn Nets before the NBA trade deadline on February 10 will be disappointed.

According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Nets would not listen to any outside offers for Harden in the days running up to the deadline.

There was some conjecture that the Nets may try to sell Harden rather than lose him and get nothing in return if he signs elsewhere in free agency this summer, but that isn’t going to happen.

The Philadelphia 76ers have expressed interest in acquiring Harden this summer, according to Wojnarowski, but no trade offer has been made, and if one is, the Nets will not participate in any Harden moves.

Before the trade deadline, the Nets will not consider any offers for James Harden, according to a report
Before the trade deadline, the Nets will not consider any offers for James Harden, according to a report

Harden had a triple-double in the Nets’ defeat to the Lakers on Tuesday. While he voiced disappointment with the team’s lack of success, he dismissed any suggestions that he is unhappy in Brooklyn.

Harden’s assertion to Nets owner Joe Tsai and general manager Sean Marks that he is dedicated to winning a championship in Brooklyn. This is enough to justify a reluctance to listen to overtures from other clubs, they believe.

NBA news: Harden wants to win a championship in Brooklyn

Harden has never been a free agent in his 13-year career. He declined to sign a contract extension during the preseason.

Deferring his choice until 2022, when he will be a free agent for the first time. On the four-year contract he signed while with the Houston Rockets, he has a player option for 2022-23.

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“I’m not aware of any reports.” Of course, I’m frustrated because we’re not in good health,” Harden explained. “For whatever reason — injuries, COVID, whatever you want to call it – there’s a lot of inconsistency.” Yes, it is aggravating. Everyone in our company, I believe, is dissatisfied because we are better than our track record suggests. And we should be on the rise.

“That’s all there is to it.” Reports are something I’m not familiar with. I don’t talk to anyone if you didn’t hear it from me. I’m represented by an agent. It reports if you don’t hear it from me. I’m irritated because I’m a competitor who wants to win. “It’s really straightforward.”

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Despite all of the ailments and problems, the Nets have had this season. They are still in third place in the Eastern Conference. Only one game separates the top two teams. They’re perhaps the most talented team in the league when completely fit. Also, they have a real opportunity to fight for a title as long as their main players are available.

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The rest of the season will be spent focusing on staying healthy in order to make a postseason run. Meanwhile, Harden’s long-term future in Brooklyn is a topic that is unlikely to be forgotten anytime soon.

NBA news: Rival clubs seeking to wrest James Harden from the Brooklyn Nets before the NBA trade deadline on February 10 will be disappointed.

According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Nets would not listen to any outside offers for Harden in the days running up to the deadline.

There was some conjecture that the Nets may try to sell Harden rather than lose him and get nothing in return if he signs elsewhere in free agency this summer, but that isn’t going to happen.

The Philadelphia 76ers have expressed interest in acquiring Harden this summer, according to Wojnarowski, but no trade offer has been made, and if one is, the Nets will not participate in any Harden moves.

Before the trade deadline, the Nets will not consider any offers for James Harden, according to a report
Before the trade deadline, the Nets will not consider any offers for James Harden, according to a report

Harden had a triple-double in the Nets’ defeat to the Lakers on Tuesday. While he voiced disappointment with the team’s lack of success, he dismissed any suggestions that he is unhappy in Brooklyn.

Harden’s assertion to Nets owner Joe Tsai and general manager Sean Marks that he is dedicated to winning a championship in Brooklyn. This is enough to justify a reluctance to listen to overtures from other clubs, they believe.

NBA news: Harden wants to win a championship in Brooklyn

Harden has never been a free agent in his 13-year career. He declined to sign a contract extension during the preseason.

Deferring his choice until 2022, when he will be a free agent for the first time. On the four-year contract he signed while with the Houston Rockets, he has a player option for 2022-23.

“I’m not aware of any reports.” Of course, I’m frustrated because we’re not in good health,” Harden explained. “For whatever reason — injuries, COVID, whatever you want to call it – there’s a lot of inconsistency.” Yes, it is aggravating. Everyone in our company, I believe, is dissatisfied because we are better than our track record suggests. And we should be on the rise.

“That’s all there is to it.” Reports are something I’m not familiar with. I don’t talk to anyone if you didn’t hear it from me. I’m represented by an agent. It reports if you don’t hear it from me. I’m irritated because I’m a competitor who wants to win. “It’s really straightforward.”

Despite all of the ailments and problems, the Nets have had this season. They are still in third place in the Eastern Conference. Only one game separates the top two teams. They’re perhaps the most talented team in the league when completely fit. Also, they have a real opportunity to fight for a title as long as their main players are available.

A banner

The rest of the season will be spent focusing on staying healthy in order to make a postseason run. Meanwhile, Harden’s long-term future in Brooklyn is a topic that is unlikely to be forgotten anytime soon.

BETADDA

NBA news: Rival clubs seeking to wrest James Harden from the Brooklyn Nets before the NBA trade deadline on February 10 will be disappointed.

According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Nets would not listen to any outside offers for Harden in the days running up to the deadline.

There was some conjecture that the Nets may try to sell Harden rather than lose him and get nothing in return if he signs elsewhere in free agency this summer, but that isn’t going to happen.

The Philadelphia 76ers have expressed interest in acquiring Harden this summer, according to Wojnarowski, but no trade offer has been made, and if one is, the Nets will not participate in any Harden moves.

Before the trade deadline, the Nets will not consider any offers for James Harden, according to a report
Before the trade deadline, the Nets will not consider any offers for James Harden, according to a report

Harden had a triple-double in the Nets’ defeat to the Lakers on Tuesday. While he voiced disappointment with the team’s lack of success, he dismissed any suggestions that he is unhappy in Brooklyn.

Harden’s assertion to Nets owner Joe Tsai and general manager Sean Marks that he is dedicated to winning a championship in Brooklyn. This is enough to justify a reluctance to listen to overtures from other clubs, they believe.

NBA news: Harden wants to win a championship in Brooklyn

Harden has never been a free agent in his 13-year career. He declined to sign a contract extension during the preseason.

Deferring his choice until 2022, when he will be a free agent for the first time. On the four-year contract he signed while with the Houston Rockets, he has a player option for 2022-23.

“I’m not aware of any reports.” Of course, I’m frustrated because we’re not in good health,” Harden explained. “For whatever reason — injuries, COVID, whatever you want to call it – there’s a lot of inconsistency.” Yes, it is aggravating. Everyone in our company, I believe, is dissatisfied because we are better than our track record suggests. And we should be on the rise.

“That’s all there is to it.” Reports are something I’m not familiar with. I don’t talk to anyone if you didn’t hear it from me. I’m represented by an agent. It reports if you don’t hear it from me. I’m irritated because I’m a competitor who wants to win. “It’s really straightforward.”

Despite all of the ailments and problems, the Nets have had this season. They are still in third place in the Eastern Conference. Only one game separates the top two teams. They’re perhaps the most talented team in the league when completely fit. Also, they have a real opportunity to fight for a title as long as their main players are available.

A banner

The rest of the season will be spent focusing on staying healthy in order to make a postseason run. Meanwhile, Harden’s long-term future in Brooklyn is a topic that is unlikely to be forgotten anytime soon.

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