The Brooklyn Nets turned out to be the free agency winners after signing both Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. In a surprise to every NBA fan, Durant decided to go with the Nets instead of the New York Knicks. While the Knicks fans are upset over the trade deals, the Brooklyn people are having a field day with it.
Most of the fans are excited over the news and can’t wait to Durant and Irving play together. The pairing has increased the chances for the Nets to be a top contender for NBA 2020 finals. Here are the reasons how the Nets can win big in the next NBA season and Twitter reactions on the Kevin-Kyrie deal.
Brooklyn Nets to be NBA 2020 Champion
Kevin Durant should recover before the NBA 2020 playoffs and will join an already bonded Kyrie Irving. It is not just Durant, DeAndre Jordan from the Warriors have been also traded to the team of Brooklyn Nets. The trio together can be very powerful and have the capacity to win the NBA 2020 finals trophy.
On the other hand, the Lakers can’t even find a third-star player to support their duo of LeBron James and Anthony Davis. Meanwhile, Kawhi Leonard is taking time to pick a deal, and all other free agents are making trade deals. If all the good free agents are gone, the Lakers won’t be able to beat the Nets in next NBA season.
Best Tweets on Kevin Kyrie Duo
The Brooklyn Nets fans are very happy about the trade deal and can’t contain their excitement. The individual fans of Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving are also glad that the two stars will play together in the next NBA season. It is not just about a professional team up, both Durant and Irving are also good friends in real life, which makes it much emotional. Here are the best tweets on Twitter about Kevin and Kyrie teaming up for the Brooklyn Nets team.
Brooklyn is making a clean sweep tonight: Brooklyn will sign Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and DeAndre Jordan, league sources tell ESPN.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) June 30, 2019
— #LFGM (@HenrySanchez) July 5, 2019
Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving celebrating their signing with the Nets
— KFC Radio (@KFCradio) June 30, 2019
— Nets Nation (@NetsNationCP) July 5, 2019
What the Nets did with $68m:
What the Knicks did with $69m:
— Gotty (@NotGotty) July 1, 2019
— SportsNation (@SportsNation) June 30, 2019
BREAKING: After missing out on Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving (and Zion and the rest of everyone in the NBA) earlier this evening, James Dolan and the Knicks have offered Scranton PG Michael Scott a 5 yr/$183M deal, league sources tell ESPN. A stunner to say the least. pic.twitter.com/SXcWgLslqM
— Kevin (@kevinmick) July 1, 2019