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‘We Want to Win Every Game,’ Aspires Kevin Durant When Asked About His Thoughts Getting ‘Top Seeds’ In East

Kevin Durant of the Brooklyn Nets

Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant wishes to win the rest of the NBA regular-season games to become the top seeds in the East Conference. After returning to the starting lineup, Durant looks confident for the postseason.

Nets earned a massive victory over Charlotte Hornets last night by 130-115. They overcame some shaky early defense, then stormed back to swipe out the Hornets at Barclays Center. Kevin Durant, Joe Harris, and Steve Nash are the top performer, but Durant was phenomenal.

After his outstanding performance, KD appeared in an interview to express his feelings about smashing Hornets. However, Durant wants to keep performing like this and wants to start the postseason as a top team.

Currently, the Nets are at the No. 2 positions in the point table, and they have a greater chance to achieve the top position if they win the rest of the 13 games. “We want to win every game and play great basketball every time,” Durant shared his plan about starting the playoffs.

However, Kevin was also concerned about their injury and said, “I think we want to stay healthy. We want to keep, I think, defensively offensively continuing to find that groove that we’re in and get everybody back, and we’ll be fine, but we also we definitely want to win games.”

Kevin Durant reignites Nets in rout of Hornets

Durant returned to the action after sitting on the bench on Wednesday night’s loss at Philadelphia. Durant scored 25 points with three rebounds and 11 assists. Besides, Joe Harris poured in 26 points which were the top scores in last night’s game.

Kevin Durant #7 of the Brooklyn Nets reacts after his shot and no foul was called against the New Orleans Pelicans

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – APRIL 07: Kevin Durant #7 of the Brooklyn Nets reacts after his shot and no foul was called against the New Orleans Pelicans. Getty Images

Although the Nets had a bumpy defense last night, they took advantage of Charlotte’s tendency to give up catches and missing shots.

Despite their shameful loss against Philadelphia on Wednesday, Nets showed a tremendous comeback. It seems that Kevin Durant’s presence boosts the team’s performance and ignites confidence among the teammates.

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