Brooklyn Nets OFFSEASON PLAN with TRADES to find 3rd star

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The Brooklyn Nets have a huge offseason before an even bigger year when the NBA starts up again. The world will finally see Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving on the court together but will they have a third big name along for the ride? This video explains who they could bring in if Caris LeVert doesn’t make the cut as the third star for the Nets. Steve Nash could have a combustible locker room on his hands but does he have a championship contender as well? This video is the Nets offseason plan with Nets trades, Nets free agent targets and a potential Nets third star.

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