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Warriors show Nets what a true championship team looks like

Nov 17, 2021 0 comments

 The Brooklyn Nets got a wake-up call on Tuesday night in their 117-99 loss to the Golden State Warriors.





Steph Curry's 37 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists  outdueled Kevin Durant's 19 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists, while James Harden led the Nets in scoring with 24.

Curry and company blew the doors off Brooklyn by outscoring them 35-18 in the third quarter and made the fourth quarter a mere formality.

The Nets sorely missed the scoring punch that Kyrie Irving would have brought to this marquee regular season matchup, but are coming to grips with the fact they'll have a long way to go before calling themselves true contenders.

The Nets are winless against the NBA's most formidable clubs, including Milwaukee, Chicago, Miami, and now Golden State.




Steve Nash understands that Kyrie Irving won't be walking through the doors at Barclays Center anytime soon, so if the Nets are looking for answers, they can't wait for outside help, but merely get their own house in order.

Curry pulled ahead of Durant in the early MVP race and the Warriors left Brooklyn in the dust in what many anticipated could be an NBA Finals preview.



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