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“So that goes to show me that the sources that been telling me that James Harden could possibly be joining the Brooklyn Nets with K.D. (Kevin Durant) and Kyrie Irving or going to the Philadelphia 76ers has some truth behind it,” Perkins said.
If the Nets pull off a blockbuster trade with the Rockets to acquire Harden, Brooklyn would instantly become the team to beat in the NBA with three superstar players on its roster.
Even if the Nets had to give up Kyrie Irving in a deal for Harden, the Nets might still earn the distinction as the league’s best team with two former NBA MVPs leading their squad for the upcoming season.
However, it seems like a stretch at this point that the Nets would be able to make this trade happen, especially with reports of Harden being content in Houston.
It’s hard to know what to believe right now with so many rumors floating around the league, but the Rockets will likely be as active as any team on the trade market.