Finally, the Ben Simmons-76ers saga has ended as the Australian has now joined Brooklyn Nets on the very end day of the trade deadline. The trade more sense as Simmons was sidelined throughout the 2021-22 season.
Now, he has joined the Nets, fans are desperate to know when Simmons will be on the court. So, let’s know when Ben Simmons will make his debut for Brooklyn Nets.
Ben Simmons Nets Debut
So much for Ben Simmons mental illness. Amazing how that was just fine once he got traded. Insulting to those that really suffer. pic.twitter.com/EpZDivvTIC
— Howard Eskin (@howardeskin) February 14, 2022
Brooklyn Nets officially introduced Ben Simmons as a member of it on Tuesday. Simmons decided to enlist with the Nets after leaving the 76ers. Ben acknowledged that he is training for the Nets’ debut and getting into shape to play with them. But, he was uncertain about the timetable for the Nets’ debut.
Simmons left the 76ers training camp for the last time over his request to be traded. Ben has not played in this season considering his mental health. When asked why he want to leave the 76ers he said he would have opened up about it completely if he would have known about it completely. Adding that it was not good for his mental health and now he is moving forward
Brooklyn Nets Time Table
Brooklyn Nets will resume playing from February 24 after the break. So, the Nets will be left with 2 games remaining just before the All-Star break. The first is a home game against NEW YORK KNICKS on Wednesday, and the second is a road game the next day against WASHINGTON WIZARDS. After the break, the first game will be against BOSTON CELTICS.
Ben Simmons hopes that he will be playing his debut match with the Nets on March 10 (March 11: IST) a road game against the Philadelphia 76ers.
Nets with Simmons on Team
Let’s see what exceptional benefaction will be added to the Nets after considering Ben Simmons on their side. The Nets are too confident for Simmons on their team, but also stated that he will find his comfort zone while playing with Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. Because Ben said that it is too scary to play alongside Kevin and Irving.