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Seth Curry on Ben Simmons: 'I don't think he needs a jump shot'

One NBA player who is well-qualified to speak on Ben Simmons is doing just that this week. During a recent interview with News Corp, Brooklyn Nets guard Seth Curry offered some interesting thoughts on his enigmatic teammate Simmons. Specifically, Curry said he thinks Simmons can do without a jumper. “I...
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Nets Notes: Seth Curry, Ben Simmons, Kevin Durant

“I don’t think he needs a jump shot,’’ Curry said. “He’s just got to do what he does best – which is defend, rebound, push the ball, make plays for other people and attack the rim. “When you’ve got the size and talent like him, who takes not one but two and sometimes three guys to stop him getting to the rim, that is a lot in itself.’’
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This Lakers-Nets Trade Sends Seth Curry To Los Angeles

As a general rule, NBA teams make trades on the basis of need. With that said, good luck applying that rule to either the Los Angeles Lakers or the Brooklyn Nets. The Lakers have too many needs to count. Their 2021-22 season was a disaster. In spite of rostering LeBron James, Anthony Davis, and Russell Westbrook, this team won 34 games.
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Nets’ Seth Curry says Ben Simmons has ‘challenges’ ahead of NBA return

As the world waits on the Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving drama to unfold, it’s easy to forget that even if the Nets do move both superstars as requested, they still have one All-Star on their roster.  Ben Simmons isn’t expected to be going anywhere, though it could take time for him to regain his All-Star form. One of his teammates admitted as much.  “There are always challenges. Foremost, he has missed a whole season. It is going to be a challenge getting his rhythm back playing basketball,” Seth Curry, Simmons’ teammate with the 76ers and now the Nets, told The Age...
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Seth Curry Says It Will Be A Challenge For Ben Simmons To Get Back To Playing In The NBA

Ben Simmons is perhaps the most confusing character currently in the NBA, there is no way to tell what version of him will show up when he next steps foot on the basketball court. Simmons sat out the first part of the season thanks to his desire to leave the Philadelphia 76ers, and even after he was traded to the Nets, he dealt with back problems and mental health issues that kept him away from the court.
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Seth Curry loves his brother ... and competing against him

Seth Curry loves his brother Steph and for a brief period the two were teammates on the Warriors in 2013 but he prefers being on his own. “I’ve thought about it as people bring it up, but to me personally, I enjoy kind of being away from him, trying to create my own path and do my own thing,” Seth told NBC Sports Monte Poole when asked about a reunion.
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