World news – DeAndre Jordan’s role will fundamentally change for networks: report



PHOENIX, ARIZONA – FEBRUARY 16: DeAndre Jordan # 6 of the Brooklyn Nets handles the ball against the Phoenix Suns during the NBA game at Phoenix Suns Arena on February 16, 2021 in Phoenix, Arizona. The nets defeated the suns 128-124. NOTE TO USER: The user expressly acknowledges and agrees that by downloading and / or using this photo, the user is agreeing to the terms of the Getty Images license agreement. (Photo by Christian Petersen / Getty Images)

The networks have not made any trades until March 25th, but they have been very active in the buyout market. With the signing of Blake Griffin and LaMarcus Aldridge, Brooklyn has further raised expectations as the postseason is still a few months away.

But the recent influx of talent means something has to be said, like coach Steve Nash the minutes distributed among the players on his squad.

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DeAndre Jordan entered on Wednesday with 35 starts in the 45 games he has played for the Nets this season, the first 47 games of the season between 32 and 15 played. The 6-foot-11 Jordan has averaged 7.6 points and 7.3 rebounds this year.

Athletic’s Shams Charania reported Wednesday that Aldridge “will be fighting for a spot on the nets. The expectation is that he will compete in the starting position for the nets for a few minutes as they may be a bit away from DeAndre Jordan and move towards a forecourt made up of LaMarcus Aldridge, Kevin Durant once he is back in the Lineup is, Blake Griffin, Nic Claxton. « 

In his 32-year season, Jordan often looked like the shadow of his own version of what was once one of the best rebounders and center-backs in the league. Before Aldridge’s arrival, fans urged 21-year-old Claxton to play in Jordan’s minutes eat.

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« DJs have been in and out of the cast, » Nash said of SNY. « Started, not started. Played, not played much. My chats with DJ were about – and honestly all of them – that this is a sacrifice for everyone to put us in a position to fight for a championship. Every team has to sacrifice. And so we all had to sacrifice. We all have to accept that it’s not about one person. It’s about the group. We all have to be ready to accept our roles, whether you are starting out, whether you are from the Come bench or whether you’re not in the rotation, you need energy bring, you have to be positive and you have to give to the group and protect the group. That goes for everyone.

“Whether DJs in or out of the rotation, whether Jeff (Green) is in or out, whether LaMarcus is in or out, they still have to come with a great attitude, for the good of the community play, bring energy and spirit every day and whether you play or not is one of the ways that unfolds, but the process is more important. How do we go about this? I think everyone has to accept that we are all here to try to be the best team we can be, to give us the best chance to win the best we can and that takes sacrifice and understanding that it’s not about you It is about the collective group and the protection of the group. « 

Steve Nash discusses the importance of sacrifice to the nets after the addition of LaMarcus Aldridge:

 » Everyone has to accept that we are all here to try to be the best team we can be can «


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