Portland / Lillard: « Everything has been said »

In two weeks, the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan will kick off. Initially scheduled between Friday July 24 and Sunday August 9, these Olympics will finally be held from Friday July 23 to Sunday August 8, after being postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. We will obviously find and in particular the United States basketball team, placed in group B with Nigeria, Japan and France. Meanwhile, at a press conference, the American international leader Damian Lillard, now 30, spoke about his future.

« Nothing else to say about it »

In images shared by the United States basketball team, the Oakland, California native was notably asked about speculation about his future and whether or not he was possibly interested in a trade, he who has was drafted in sixth position, in 2012, by the franchise that is still his today, namely the Portland Trail Blazers: “At this stage, a lot has already been said. Sometimes words were put in my mouth when I didn’t say anything. Anyone who has covered me since I was in the NBA knows that if there’s something to say, if I think something or if I have something to say, I’m going to say it and I’m going to go. hold on. As I said, there has been a lot of discussion. Except nobody heard what I said, nobody heard me say these things. All I have to say I say it straight to Neil Olshey [Directeur général des Blazers]. I will speak directly to my team. I have nothing to tell you about it. Everything I had to say about how I feel has been said to Neil. There really is nothing more to say about it. « 

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