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With James Harden, Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving focused on crystallizing: Brooklyn Nets GM Sean Marks

Brooklyn Nets senior supervisor Sean Marks said Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving have “conviction” about the bearing of the group in the wake of the exchange to land James Harden and are set up to make the important on-court penances. Imprints said he counseled the establishment’s stars as the Nets moved quickly toward an exchange for Harden on Wednesday. “I was getting their thoughts and really wanting to hear what their commitment was going to be, what their conviction was,” Marks said in a news conference Thursday. “I enjoyed hearing…

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With embrace before Warriors-Nets season opener, Curry welcomes Durant

Steph Curry and Kevin Durant go head to head as Golden State Warriors, Brooklyn Nets open NBA season Kevin Durant was back on a NBA court for his first significant game since tearing his Achilles ligament in the 2019 Finals. Before Tuesday’s NBA season opener between the Warriors and the Brooklyn Nets, he and Steph Curry shared a natural welcome — but under new conditions. Durant, who left the Warriors for the Nets soon after that Finals misfortune, gave Curry a handshake, an embrace, and a clear piece of needling…

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They can’t simply blame his partners and coach and Giannis Antetokounmpo is reaching a stopping point, once more

In the event that Giannis improves colleagues to cover for his blemishes, will he need to leave Milwaukee to discover them? Regardless of how you may see the specific weaknesses of this Milwaukee Bucks group, this is a staggering advancement that they wind up down 3-0 to the Miami Heat. Notwithstanding a recuperation that has not even once occurred in the NBA, the Bucks, who came into the air pocket with the best guard in the class, the practically sure consecutive MVP in Giannis Antetokounmpo and the fifth-best point differential…

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Warriors require one thing to fix heading into Game 2 vs. Clipper

With his Warriors up 12 points midway through the second from last quarter Saturday night against the Los Angeles Clippers, Kevin Durant got a pass from Kevon Looney, denoting the beginning of a quick break, and promptly tossed a traverse Draymond Green’s head, bringing about his second turnover. The play characterized Golden State’s hostile yield in its NBA playoff opener. In spite of overpowering the Clippers in a 121-104 Game 1 win, the Warriors appeared, even while ruling, that their attention must be on the seemingly little things. “We weren’t…

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