All these prognostications...nobody knows at all how any of this is going to play out and how the matchups are actually going to go lol. Let's just let them play a game first before we conclude definitively who's going to matchup well with who and who's going to beat who.
Like, for example, I can see the Bucks being very successful against the Nets, because they do have good defenders all over the place. At the same time, the 2016 Warriors had good defenders all over the place, and Kyrie still lit them up. He seems like the kind of guy that is perfectly capable of dominating a great defender. So yeah, Jrue is a really good defender...so was Klay. Then again, Kyrie got shut down against the Bucks in 2019. So who really knows, honestly?
Durant had his struggles in the POs when it was just him and Westbrook...but when you surrounded him with great talent like he has now in Harden and Kyrie, he dominated. But they don't fit him as well as Curry and Dray and Klay. So again...who knows?
Harden...ditto, he's had his struggles, but hasn't necessarily played with this kind of offensive firepower next to him before, unless you go back to his OKC days when he was a 6th man. So honestly, who knows?
Bucks look amazing...they've looked amazing the last 2 RS also. Giannis was the MVP the last 2 RS. He's putting up similar numbers again. And he still got held down and looked pedestrian in back to back PS as his team lost. So again, who knows? Durant is just as good of a matchup for Giannis as Giannis is for Durant.
EDIT: I'm also never going to bet against LeBron, so I'm always gonna give the Lakers the benefit of the doubt until they actually lose in a series. Until then, they're the champs, they've got the best player and maybe the 2 best players, and they've got a deep squad of role players.