Kevin Durant’s departure desires have put the entire NBA in a strange state. In Phoenix and Miami, the two favorite destinations of the Brooklyn All-Star, many players have had their ears ringing.
This was particularly the case of Cam Johnson, announced in any possible exchange negotiated with the Nets.
“I am in a good position” assures the winger, eligible for a contract extension, during a 3×3 tournament in Phoenix. “There are a lot of things going on at the business level. What I’ve learned is that the business part will always do what’s best for them, the personal part will always do what’s best for them, the team will always do what’s best for them, and the player will always do what is best for him. I understand all that, but at the same time, I love being here. So I would love to find some common ground. »
Although he’s only been in the NBA for three seasons, Cam Johnson understands how the league works, especially during the offseason, which is the realm of transfer rumors and rumors.
“The NBA is an entertainment league. And this offseason is entertaining. Grab your popcorn, because we don’t know what’s gonna happen. Maybe there will be nothing…or there will be a lot of movement. »
In the meantime, the winger knows that everything can go very quickly in the NBA and that the emotional aspect is not the main factor. He learned that during his rookie year, with Tyler Johnson, a player he had befriended and who was well-liked in the locker room… but still got cut mid-campaign.