Jarrett Allen is currently in the midst of his best season as a pro. The Cleveland Cavaliers big man has been a key cog for the Cavs this term and it’s no coincidence that they’re sitting at the fifth spot in the Eastern Conference as we approach the midway point of the season.

Allen was in a bit of a festive mood on Saturday as he celebrated New Year’s Day. The Cavs center decided to seek some advice from the mean streets of Twitter with regard to any possible resolutions for the new year:

A random fan suggested that Allen re-join the Brooklyn Nets to team up with Kevin Durant and Co. Allen caught wind of the comment and quickly responded with a brutally honest remark:

Allen spent the first three and a half seasons of his career with the Nets — the team that drafted him 22nd overall in 2017. The 6-foot-11 big man made his way to the Cavs in January of last year as part of the blockbuster four-team deal that saw James Harden take his talents to Brooklyn.

Allen made an immediate impact with the Cavs last season. So much so, that he earned himself a massive $100 million, five-year extension last summer. Jarrett Allen is clearly a vital piece of Cleveland’s core and it’s great to hear that his loyalty lies with the wine & gold.