NBA Twitter reacts to the Nets’ dominant win over the Bulls

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The Brooklyn Nets have come under criticism all season for folding against the league’s elite teams, but on Wednesday night on the road in Chicago, Brooklyn made a statement by blowing out the Bulls 138-112 and staking a claim as the best team in the Eastern Conference.

Steve Nash tried out a new lineup to match up with the Bulls, pairing the Nets’ Big Three with rookies Day’Ron Sharpe and Kessler Edwards. Sharpe responded with his best game of the season, putting up 20 points and seven rebounds before fouling out in 22 minutes of action.

Kevin Durant led the Nets with 27 points, James Harden added 25, and Patty Mills scored 21 off the bench, shooting 6-of-8 from beyond the arc.

Here’s what fans and analysts were saying about the Nets’ big win:

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