Joe Tsai posts positive message after Kevin Durant leads Nets to win

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Brooklyn Nets owner Joe Tsai posted a Tweet following the Nets’ blowout win over the Washington Wizards

Following the Brooklyn Nets, 128-86 blowout win, Nets owner Joe Tsai shared a positive message on Twitter. Tsai shared a Tweet talking about bringing back the positivity to basketball. Along with this Tsai shared a short video of Kevin Durant smiling on the court.

It’s seemingly Tsai’s way of getting past the Kyrie Irving issue and instilling a positive attitude within the Nets organization. The Nets’ win over the Wizards is also a good thing for the organization. Nets players looked a lot happier during the game against the Wizards and a win will have helped team morale.

Kevin Durant carried the Nets during the win over the Wizards and had 29 points, 11 assists and 9 rebounds. Durant has started the season playing fantastic basketball but the Nets haven’t looked very good. The Nets own a 3-6 win-loss record and aren’t looking like the contenders that they were aiming to be.

Despite Durant averaging more than 30 points this season, the Nets other players have failed to have an impact. In addition to this, several important players have been injured for the Nets.

Will the Brooklyn Nets and Kevin Durant make the playoffs this season?

The Brooklyn Nets will 100% make the playoffs in some form this season. This is because Kevin Durant will win games for the Nets on his own. In addition to this, when role players start playing well, the Nets will play a lot better as a whole. Despite this, the Nets will not be Championship competitors this year.

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Kyrie Irving is set to miss a minimum of 5 games due to his latest Anti-Semitic Tweet. Additionally, the 5-game ban may turn into a 20-game ban if Irving doesn’t show that he’s willing to change.

Some NBA analysts believe that Irving may not play another game for the Nets. It’ll be interesting to see whether the Nets organization release Irving and how Durant and the Nets move forward.

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Brooklyn Nets owner Joe Tsai posted a Tweet following the Nets’ blowout win over the Washington Wizards

Following the Brooklyn Nets, 128-86 blowout win, Nets owner Joe Tsai shared a positive message on Twitter. Tsai shared a Tweet talking about bringing back the positivity to basketball. Along with this Tsai shared a short video of Kevin Durant smiling on the court.

It’s seemingly Tsai’s way of getting past the Kyrie Irving issue and instilling a positive attitude within the Nets organization. The Nets’ win over the Wizards is also a good thing for the organization. Nets players looked a lot happier during the game against the Wizards and a win will have helped team morale.

Kevin Durant carried the Nets during the win over the Wizards and had 29 points, 11 assists and 9 rebounds. Durant has started the season playing fantastic basketball but the Nets haven’t looked very good. The Nets own a 3-6 win-loss record and aren’t looking like the contenders that they were aiming to be.

Despite Durant averaging more than 30 points this season, the Nets other players have failed to have an impact. In addition to this, several important players have been injured for the Nets.

Will the Brooklyn Nets and Kevin Durant make the playoffs this season?

The Brooklyn Nets will 100% make the playoffs in some form this season. This is because Kevin Durant will win games for the Nets on his own. In addition to this, when role players start playing well, the Nets will play a lot better as a whole. Despite this, the Nets will not be Championship competitors this year.

kevin durant
Image Credits – SN

Kyrie Irving is set to miss a minimum of 5 games due to his latest Anti-Semitic Tweet. Additionally, the 5-game ban may turn into a 20-game ban if Irving doesn’t show that he’s willing to change.

Some NBA analysts believe that Irving may not play another game for the Nets. It’ll be interesting to see whether the Nets organization release Irving and how Durant and the Nets move forward.

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