Draymond Green: “If I didn’t win the title, the season was bad. No excuses “

Golden State heavy forward Draymond Green, no matter what, sees his team as a contender for the 20/21 championship.

“If I didn’t win the title, the season was bad. There are no moral victories. No excuse that this is our first season together, or that Clay is out of action. It’s not in my nature, ”said Green.

Kyrie Irving: “I wish Harden all the best, but we need to focus on our players”

Brooklyn point guard Kyrie Irving has commented on rumors of a possible exchange of James Harden from the Rockets to the Nets.

“We do not control rumors. I wish James Harden all the best, but we must focus on our players.

James is a great player. I want him to be happy and confident in who he is, first of all as a person, and then as a basketball player, ”said Irving.

Mark Gasol: “LeBron’s advice helps me to adapt to the Lakers faster

Lakers center Mark Gasol shared how Californian leader LeBron James is helping him adapt to his new team.

“I am a new person on the team. He tells me what they are waiting for, what I can add, and what I am doing well. It’s great. This speeds up the adaptation process, so I can be useful faster. LeBron easily makes contact, this is a positive moment, ”said the Spaniard.

In Sunday’s meeting with the Clippers, Gasol has 6 points, 4 rebounds and 5 assists.

Tobias Harris: “The space on the set is the most important thing for me”

Philadelphia forward Tobias Harris has shared his expectations of playing for the team under new head coach Doc Rivers.

“The most important thing for me is the space on the set. So that I had corridors for passages, there were opportunities for throwing.

We all need to get used to the way each teammate plays in order to make life easier for each other on the court. As the season progresses, attacking space should become more and more, it will be easier for us to create opportunities for attack, ”- said Harris.

Last season, the 28-year-old averaged 19.6 points, 6.9 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game, shooting 36.7 percent of his threes.