Nets Blowing Doors Off Bucks

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N.Y. Post: Charles Wenzelberg

Nets World Order is in full force. It’s Kevin Durant’s world and we’re all just living in it. Even without James Harden on the floor for Game 2 and for 99.9% of Game 1, it’s been scary hours. They gave out white towels to the fans at Barclays Center for Game 2 and the Bucks looked ready to throw one in and call it a game. Brooklyn blew the doors off the Bucks by a whopping 39 points. Can the Bucks rally in this series? Do the Nets even need Harden this round?

To answer those questions and talk everything Nets, we bring you a new episode of the “Fullcourt on Flatbush” podcast with Robin Lundberg and Nets legend Kerry Kittles, featuring a chat with The Post’s Mike Vaccaro.

Fullcourt on Flatbush Podcast with Robin, Kerry & Jake:

  • NETS WORLD ORDER: This series could end in five games. Giannis is nothing like Kevin Durant or Kyrie Irving. Mike Budenholzer has not made any adjustments. Role players coming up big — Blake Griffin, Landry Shamet, Nic Claxton. Robin says this may be the best team ever assembled. Mr. Whammy deserves credit for distracting Bucks at free-throw line.
  • NEXT ROUND: Would you rather the Nets play the Hawks or Sixers? How annoying is Trae Young sometimes, twerking for fouls?
  • JAY WILLIAMS/MONTELL JORDAN: Reacting to Jay Williams’ comments about what Durant said and KD’s response saying he never said that. Kerry wishes Twitter was around when he played. Likes guys going at each other. Montell Jordan performed at halftime, taking us back to Kerry’s days in the NBA.



Mike Vaccaro Interview:
Longtime NY Post sports columnist

  • NASH/D’ANTONI: Defense has been great this series. Mike D’Antoni will be a big part of Nets’ success. Those Suns teams should have won a championship.
  • NY REACTION: How the Nets are being framed by some Knicks fans, haters that say this championship would not mean much. NBA fans appreciate the greatness we are seeing from this Nets team.

Catch up on all episodes of “Fullcourt on Flatbush,” a Brooklyn Nets podcast, by subscribing to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Follow the crew on Twitter @Kerry_Kittles30, @robinlundberg and @JakeBrownRadio.

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