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PG | Stephen Curry 

SG | Andrew Wiggins 

SF | Jordan Poole 

PF | Draymond Green 

C | Damion Lee 



PG | James Harden 

SG | Bruce Brown 

SF | Joe Harris 

PF | Kevin Durant 

C | Blake Griffin 


Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls from across the globe! Things are about to get real spicy as the Brooklyn Nets take on the Golden State Warriors. Will fate favor the mighty Nets? Or the invincible Warriors? Watch as both teams go neck-and-neck this Wednesday, November 17, at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. 

The Golden State Warriors are presently the only team in the NBA with one sole loss. They’re definitely on fire as they are 11-1 this season. The Warriors’ best shooter, Stephen Curry, is undoubtedly the NBA’s early-season MVP since it is evident that the warriors are seeing riveting performances from him all throughout their 12 games this season. 

Curry is averaging a career-high 6.3 rebounds per game. He’s also averaging 28.4 points and 6.4 assists per game. Other amazing players like Draymond Green and Andre Iguodala are throwing down several breakaway dunks, weakening the opponent during third-quarter runs while driving the crowd into a frenzy with their spectacular performance. 

On the other hand, the Brooklyn Nets, led by the superstar duo Kevin Durant and James Harden, are 9-4 and are definitely one of the superteams this season. They are certainly a force to be reckoned with as Kevin Durant is a 4-time scoring champion and is one of the most accurate and unstoppable scorers of all time. Durant is known to score against anyone in any era, and there are usually no defenders who can slow him down. 

Any team has a chance of becoming a superteam as long as Durant is with them. James Harden, who’s a 3-time scoring champion, makes this team a very tough opponent to defend. Harden is also regarded as one of the best isolation players ever in the NBA. 

The Nets are a solid team with a good chance of beating the Warriors. However, their chances of winning decrease since their seven-time All-star player, Kyrie Irving, will still not be able to play for this upcoming match due to the city’s mandatory order to be vaccinated in order to play. 

Irving has an average of 22.8 points, 3.8 rebounds, and 5.7 assists per game throughout his career. He was also an NBA Champion in 2016 with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Having Irving to play with the Nets would surely be even better for the team and the fans, but sadly, things just don’t always go the way we want. 

There is a good chance that the Warriors will beat the Nets in this upcoming match because the chemistry of the team is excellent this season, and they also have a really good defense during 3rd quarter runs. While the Nets are usually based on ISO defense, which is not good because they’re gonna have a hard time if their players get exhausted during the 3rd quarter runs, giving the Warriors more chances to shut down the core players of the Nets. Not to mention, Irving will still not be able to play, which would make winning more difficult for the Nets. But we never know what surprises we’re gonna see at the game, and we hope to see an incredible performance from both teams. 

It’s Eastern versus Western this time around. 11/17/21, 8:30 AM (PHT) at the Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York. 


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