Simmons, who has been out with recent back and knee injuries, is recovering from injuries more slowly than expected, and his return is delayed. According to a report by ‘The Athletic’, Brooklyn manager Zach Von raised the possibility of Simmons’ season out in a recent interview. Simmons, who missed the entire 2021-2022 season due to a conflict with his team Philadelphia and a back injury, joined Brooklyn through a trade in February of last year, and returned to the court after two years of injury this season.
However, after joining Brooklyn, Simmons’ performance has been disappointing. His strong breakthrough ability and transition offensive ability were missing, and even his most anticipated defensive power was shaken. In the midst of this, he could not easily escape from the evil spirit of his injury, overlapping his knee and back injuries that had plagued him. Simmons has not been able to play in a real game for over a month since the Miami Heat game on February 16th. In the end, the season ended early, leaving a record of 6.9 points (FG 40.6%), 6.3 rebounds and 6.1 assists in 42 regular league games this season, averaging 26.3 minutes and 6.9 points (FG 40.6%).
In an interview with ESPN, coach Bon said, “Simmons will be out for the rest of the season.” I think there is,” Simmons declared the season out.
Simmons is still in his mid-twenties and is in the prime of his prime, so as long as his condition is maintained, he can still perform at the highest level in the league. Director Bon also agreed with this and said, “(Recovering a healthy body condition) is our goal. He has good physical condition and athletic ability. “I want to coach and hope he comes back and makes a big impact on the court. That’s definitely our goal.” 메이저사이트