The Brooklyn Nets blew out the Golden State Warriors 134-117 on Saturday. It was a dominant effort from start to finish for the winning side, prompting Draymond Green to give a very blunt analysis of how he envisions things going in the East going forward. Green said of the Nets: “I think there are some other good teams in the East that poses a threat to them, but, they’re the team to beat in the East if you ask me. It’s my opinion. That doesn’t mean anything, but that’s my opinion, they’re definitely the team to beat in the East.” The defeat ended hopes of a potential three-game winning streak for the Dubs. Stephen Curry went 10-of-17 for 27 points and 2-of-9 from beyond the arc, while Kelly Oubre Jr. and Andrew Wiggins each chipped in 17 points apiece on combined 15 shots. James Harden finished with 19 points, including five three-pointers, plus 16 assists and eight rebounds in the winning effort. Warriors head coach Steve Kerr was extremely impressed with what he saw. “James Harden’s kind of a big deal,” Kerr admitted, before adding “we couldn’t handle him.” Kyrie Irving finished 23 points on the day, while Kevin Durant chipped in 20 points on 19 shots. All in all, the Nets are a tough team to truly assess. Sometimes they look spectacular, like when they’re laying the smackdown on the Warriors. Other times, they struggle badly versus inferior teams and immediately start beefing among themselves. Offensively, there is no other team in the league that can compete with them on their best night. Defensively, they’re a mess by their own coach’s admission. If Brooklyn can pull off the one megadeal they’ve been linked to over the past week, this team could turn into the class of the East. Until then, it’s hard to place them above proven elite squads in the conference like the Philadelphia 76ers, Milwaukee Bucks and Boston Celtics.
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