Chris Broussard on the Nets winning it all: ‘That’s all I can see’

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The world has seen enough. It didn’t take 24 hours after Kevin Durant’s return to the Brooklyn Nets for basketball analysts and insiders to predict this team is the clear-cut favorite to win it all.

Chris Broussard of Fox Sports appeared on “Undisputed” on Thursday. When asked if he though the Nets could win it all this season, he replied “that’s all I can see.”

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He continued: “This is an embarrassment of riches. If everybody is healthy — I only see one team out there that can beat the Brooklyn Nets. And that’s the Brooklyn Nets.”

Although the Big 3 has played only seven games together, that’s apparently been enough to show they are ready to win it all. Usually it takes a newly formed Big 3 a whole season to be worthy enough to enter that conversation. That just goes to show how much fear Kevin Durant, James Harden and Kyrie Irving have put onto the league in the past couple of months.