The debut of Ben Simmons at the Brooklyn Nets is apparently closer, while Joel Embid fired another tip towards his former teammate.

“We have to wait for the training sessions. It is unlikely that you will be in the square in the next three, four days, but we will see,” said General Manager Sean Marks Brian Lewis from _the New York Post_bei a fan event addressed The return of Ben Simmons and Kevin Durant.

ESPNS Ramona Shelburne said at NBA Today, on the other hand, that a debut of the Australian was foreseeable. “As far as I’ve heard, he’s really gas this week to see at the end of the week where he stands. He gets closer to his comeback. I think that it will be more weeks than for months,” she said.

In addition, Marks revealed that the Nets Simmons had been on the paper for some time. “We have watched him some time. His versatility is offensive as well as defensive is impressive. I do not know if he is a Point Guard, a forward or a center, but he is an incredible basketball player. We are very happy to have it “explained the 46-year-old.

Embiid snaps against Simmons again

Joel Embiid, on the other hand, said again against his former teammate. “It was probably one, two weeks before the Trade Deadline,” said the center in the interview with espns Malika Andrews on the question of when he was talking to Simmons last time. “He’s a great player and I think he will make the Nets even better,” said Embiid.

“I have given my best to get him back and give him a good feeling. It was hard and did not interest me at some point,” he added. “I said everything I had to say and was always honest.”

Only a few days ago Embiid had replied against Simmons and accused him that winning is not his top priority.

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In a blockbuster trade, the Nets Simmons, who stood no second in the square this season, had ran away from the Philadelphia 76ers shortly before the Trade Deadline. In return, James Harden left the Big Apple towards Philadelphia.