Kevin Durant opened up about whether the Brooklyn Nets will face chemistry issues after the addition of James Harden.
Durant said the high-basketball IQ and experience of the veteran players will help Brooklyn get on the same page quickly.
“Kevin Durant says that the Nets’ veteran experience and high-basketball IQ will be huge for this team. He believes that will help them all get on the same page.
He said there have already been moments where certain things are communicated without needing to say a thing,” Alex Kennedy of Basketball News reports.
Durant (42 points) and Harden (32 points) played for the first time together after almost nine years and combined for 74 points against the Orlando Magic.
With Irving likely to return after six games, the Nets could have their Big-3 available in the clash with the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday.