Ben Simmons walks red carpet with Nets co-owner Clara Wu Tsai

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As the Nets prepare for the upcoming season after suffering an embarrassing first-round sweep at the hands of the Celtics, Simmons was spotted walking the red carpet with Nets co-owner Clara Wu Tsai for the premiere of the WNBA film Unfinished Business. Amid rumors of the Nets front office being livid at Simmons, Mrs. Wu Tsai, GM Sean Marks, and head coach Steve Nash posed with Simmons at a recent red carpet appearance. By the looks of it, Simmons and the Nets management wanted to demonstrate a sign of unity.
Source: Arjun Julka @ The Sports Rush

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