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In the clip below, former NBA All-Star Gilbert Arenas shares his thoughts on the Brooklyn Nets’ decision to fire Steve Nash, by stating that “[Nash] was given a goldmine without the gold.”

He goes on to imply that the team’s two superstars, Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, wanted Steve Nash to be replaced as their head coach before the decision was made.

Lastly, he talks about the team’s potential if Ben Simmons can regain his form as an All-Star. Moving along, Gilbert spoke about an exchange of words between Charles Barkley and Kevin Durant that took place back in November.

Upon being informed about the criticism that Charles heaped on KD for feuding with fans so often on social media, Gilbert Arenas offered pushback, stating that Charles used to do the same thing when he played.

In response, VladTV host Vladimir Lyubovny says that Charles would have been “a circus” if he had social media during his playing days.