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And we’re back As officially back, The Brooklyn Nets and their championship goals kick off the 2020-21 NBA season (as they start the season at home seriously) against the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday night

The Nets will have Kevin Duran and Kyrie Irving in line, while the Warriors will be back in action with Steph Curry This is wild, isn’t it?

Kyrie Irving is tasked with keeping things going this year.His debut season in Brooklyn wasn’t bad, but injuries and the pandemic shed it all. The pandemic is still there but he’s physically healthy and the roster is much improved on Irving had a good preseason and his ability to stop defenders from dribbling, landing in heavy traffic and scoring in groups in no time will aid Brooklyn’s attack as the games slow down and become a half-pitch affair He sees an old enemy of him, which we will talk about in a moment

Maybe this is the year Andrew Wiggins put it all together? Since taking first place overall in 2014, it seems the best we can say about Wiggins is that he’s incredibly durable, he’s solid for more than 30 minutes a night in any game and rarely drops out due to injury from The move from an organization as chaotic as the Timberwolves, to an organization as stable and top notch as the warriors, should do wonders for him Plus he’s only 25 years old so he has time to really find out

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World News – CA – NBA Game Thread: Brooklyn Nets vs. Golden State Warriors, 7:00 p.m. EST

Source: https://www.netsdaily.com/2020/12/22/22196337/watch-live-nba-game-thread-brooklyn-nets-vs-golden-state-warriors-tv-time-channel