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“It’s impressive and scary for the rest of the league” Greg considers the Brooklyn Nets a threat to other teams

Irving, Harden, and Durant

The Brooklyn Nets are currently in sensational form. In their last 10 games, the Nets have a 9-1 record and are tearing through the competition. Because of this newfound form, the team has climbed the ranks in the Eastern Conference.

After their recent victory over the Spurs, the Nets are second in the East. Furthermore, during this winning streak, they haven’t had Kevin Durant for the most part. Which is even better in a way for them.

As it gives time to Kyrie Irving and James Harden to get used to each other’s playing style. With KD returning soon after the NBA All-Star break, the Nets will make their push for clinching the top seed in the second half of the season.

But for their opponents, this is not good news at all. If the Brooklyn Nets continue this terrific form, it’s only a matter of time before they build an invincible aura around themselves. This will aid them in the playoffs and ultimately win the NBA Championship.

Greg Anthony on the Brooklyn Nets winning without Kevin Durant

Kevin Durant of the Brooklyn Nets

Former NBA player Greg Anthony discussed about the Nets in a recent interview. Anthony said:

It’s impressive and scary for the rest of the league. Because they are really figuring it out and James Harden right now is just playing on another level. … The Nets right now they are just getting some momentum.”

If the Nets want to win the NBA title this season, they need to be consistent. In their early-season games, the Nets showed their potential here and there. But the team wasn’t able to get a decent win streak.

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However, with James Harden’s arrival, that issue is long gone. The team looks much more fluid with Harden handling the facilitating duties. And when the Brooklyn Nets get KD back, the sky is the limit for them!


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