There were high hopes for the Brooklyn Nets ahead of this season. The main reason for that was the return of superstar Kevin Durant who missed the entire 2019-2020 season. Despite some impressive performances, the Nets hold a losing record (3-4) after seven games.
Following Brooklyn’s latest loss to the Washington Wizards (122-123), Kyrie Irving talked about his team’s record so far. It does not worry him as the main goal for the Nets is to be prepared when the playoffs begin.
“It’s not going to be put together overnight, nor am I expecting it to, nor am I going to get frustrated over six games or however many games we’ve played. The object of this regular season is to continue to get better and to prepare for the 16 wins in the playoffs,” Irving said per Michael Scotto.
Irving is averaging 26.8 points, 5.2 rebounds and 6.3 assists per game this season. He has made six appearances for Brooklyn.