What are the implications of the return of former MVP Kevin Durant to the hard court? The Brooklyn Nets were already so good even though Durant was side lined for 23 games due to an injury. Now that he’s back past mid-way of the season, how will it impact the Nets and the teams around the league?
It is scary. Just to think that KD, after missing a bunch of games, scored 17 points on his comeback with a perfect shooting from the field. He went right back like he never left and he helped Brooklyn to maintain the top seed in the Eastern Conference at 36-16 win-loss record, one game ahead of the Philadelphia 76ers.
Kyrie Irving is playing superb all season long and has been the healthiest among the newest Big Three in the NBA. Meanwhile, former MVP James Harden has already found his grove and is playing like an MVP. How would you stop such fire power now that KD is also in the mix?
Oh, right. They also have the rejuvenated former All-Star Blake Griffin and veteran low-post mean machine LaMarcus Aldridge.
The Brooklyn Nets at their full power can be an indestructible squad and teams are already wary about it.