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28-7-2022  

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Jayson Tatum of the Boston Celtics has responded to rumours regarding the possible trade of Kevin Durant by saying, "I love our team." Tatum does not wear a general manager hat.

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NEW YORK — Jayson Tatum, a great swingman for the Boston Celtics, made it plain that despite the fact that he has a lot of admiration for Kevin Durant's talent, he is content with where his team is at the moment. This comes as rumours regarding Durant's future continue to circulate throughout the NBA.

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Tatum stated on Tuesday night, before to the screening of the documentary "Point Gods" on Showtime, that he had played with Durant while he was competing in the Olympics. "Although it is quite clear that he is a talented player, that particular choice is not mine to make. I absolutely adore our team. I adore the group of men that we have."

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Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported early on Monday that the Celtics were among the clubs to engage in negotiations with the Nets over Durant's availability. This comes after the two-time NBA Finals Most Valuable Player asked Brooklyn to transfer him a month ago.

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Tatum stated that he does not "make anything of it" in reference to the rumours that have been circulating about Kevin Durant and the Celtics. He also emphasised several times during a brief question-and-answer session with a small group of reporters that he is content with the composition of Boston's roster at the present time.

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"We acquired two new components," Tatum added, referring to the additions of Malcolm Brogdon and Danilo Gallinari. "I really adore our staff. I simply head out to the field and compete alongside my colleagues. When it comes to making judgments, I don't put on the [general manager] hat."

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Although Durant is an executive producer on the documentary, he chose not to stop and talk to the reporters that were there. After taking a few selfies on the red carpet in advance of the premiere, he hurried into the cinema to watch the film. Rich Kleiman, who manages Durant's company and is also an executive producer on the documentary, declined to discuss the star's desire to be moved. Kleiman is also an executive producer on the film.

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