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Ben Simmons jokes about 'late news days' as wild rumors spread

Ben Simmons is no stranger to rumors circulating about his Nets status and his relationship with fiancée Maya Jama.

Simmons also reposted a tweet by Jama. In it, the British TV presenter and model wrote, "Don't believe the 'sources' of the papers."

Brooklyn Nets guard Ben Simmons warms up before Game 3
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Jama tweets The Sun reported that she called off the couple's engagement and was "heartbroken" that the pair had broken up.

Simmons' tweet could also have been in response to a report from NBA Insider Ric Bucher of him: Celtics. Brooklyn lost to Boston in the first round.

"They've been chatting with his team before Game 4 and they're thinking about him playing against the Celtics in Boston." Butcher said last week, "The Herd '' said . "I heard Ben left the chat. They asked him, 'Are you going to play?' Ben left the chat. He didn't even answer the question." So just left the chat. and K.D. [Kevin Durant] asked, "Is this what I signed up for? Is this who I am playing with?"

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— Maya Jama (@MayaJama) Aug 7, 2022

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Simmons, his three-time All-Star, is currently training in New York, continuing his recovery from back surgery in May. increase. 

"Fine," said Carania. "There are high expectations on Simmons [in Brooklyn]. He should be ready for training camp...and he's doing more and more on the court. 

57} Simmons missed the entire 2021-22 NBA season due to mental health issues and a lingering back injury, which included the first half of the season with the Sixers and Philadelphia's return to James Harden in February. Traded him to the Nets in exchange for

Simmons' latest tweet also posted a day after Post traded out of Brooklyn in June Durant has confirmed that he wants GM Sean Marks and head coach Steve Nash to move out.

On Monday, the Washington Post reported that Durant had asked Nets owner Joe Tsai to move out. At a week-long meeting in London, he issued an ultimatum, confirming that he had told Tsai to choose between him and Marks and Nash.