Boston Celtics' Jayson Tatum, responding to Kevin Durant trade speculation, says 'I love our team,' reluctant to put on GM hat 12:08 AM ET Nick FriedellESPN Staff Writer Close Nick Friedell is the Chicago Bulls beat reporter for ESPN Chicago. Friedell is a graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University and joined ESPNChicago.com for its launch in April 2009. NEW YORK -- As speculation surrounding Kevin Durant 's future continues to hover over the NBA, Boston Celtics star swingman Jayson Tatum made it clear that as much as he respects Durant's game, he is happy with how his team stands now. "I played with him during the Olympics," Tatum said Tuesday night prior to the premiere of the Showtime documentary "Point Gods." "Obviously, he's a great player, but that's not my decision. I love our team. I love the guys that we got." ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported Monday that the Celtics were among the teams to engage in talks with the Brooklyn Nets regarding Durant's availability, after the two-time NBA Finals MVP requested a trade from Brooklyn last month. Regarding the discussions surrounding Durant and the Celtics, Tatum said he doesn't "make anything of it" and emphasized several times during a brief question-and-answer session with a small group of reporters that he is satisfied with the Celtics' roster as currently constructed. "We got two new pieces [in Malcolm Brogdon and Danilo Gallinari ]," Tatum said. "I love our team. I just go out there and play with my teammates. I don't put that [general manager] hat on to make decisions." Durant, who is an executive producer on the documentary, did not stop to speak to reporters. He took a few photos on the carpet prior to the premiere, but quickly walked into the theatre. Durant's manager and business partner, Rich Kleiman, also an executive producer on the documentary, declined to discuss Durant's request to be traded.