Derrick Favors has one question and Devin Harris has one answer regarding their recent trade from the Nets.

Favors wants to know why the Nets ever drafted him in the first place, because he feels he never really was wanted. Harris has one answer to those in the Nets organization who questioned his commitment the past two seasons.

"They can never touch my effort," Harris said yesterday before the Jazz played the Knicks at the Garden. "I don't get offended. [If I'd heard it before the trade] then I would have. But now what can you say? I'd say it's not important."

Favors, the 19-year-old bundle of upside the Nets drafted No. 3, said there is no anger but admitted he was "real sad" at being traded in the blockbuster for Deron Williams.

"I'm not mad," said Favors. "I was real sad when they traded me. I thought it was all over with the Carmelo [Anthony] rumors. I thought I was going to be there but they wanted to trade me, so they traded me."