Catchall wrote:LakersSoul wrote:Catchall wrote:Can't ignore the fact that the Nets have three of the top-10 offensive players in the league if they gel.
Also can't ignore that the Lakers have limited trade assets.
The problem is there is only 1 ball and all 3 need the ball in their hands. Image the ego battles between Kyrie and Harden then KD does his passive aggressive stuff.
What a circus that will become. Who is going to play D and who is going to defend the rim now? The loss of Allen is HUGE!!
The Warriors made it work with Steph, KD and Klay. I'm assuming these Team USA guys will play nice with one another. They do need some depth and defense, but good luck trying to guard those three at the same time. You're talking about Harden drawing doubles and kicking out to Durant for open looks. They need Deandre Jordan to get engaged and play well on both ends.
With D'Antoni on the Nets' bench, there's a lot of potential to make this work.
What an asinine comparison.
Steph and Klay are two of the most unselfish players in the league. Also, at least Klay plays strong defense.
Harden and Kyrie are two of the most selfish players in the league. Also, neither plays defense.
Think, man. Think.