At United Center, the Brooklyn Nets had only once taken the lead when Kyrie Irving opened the score 2-0. The whole game, the Chicago Bulls were the team that completely controlled the game and dominated the game. After the game, Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant outlined what the Brooklyn Nets need to improve on in their quest to become a force in the NBA.
Kevin Durant’s unbeaten streak (7) and Brooklyn Nets has been stopped
Durant said, on YES Network: “We had to go through a match in the chase position. With teams like the Chicago Bulls, when you have 3 elite players who can score from anywhere on the field, all that’s left to do is to quickly impose the game. We had to play in the chase so much that we couldn’t carry out our game plan.”
A struggling start to the season, the Brooklyn Nets fired coach Steve Nash because of a series of bad matches. The management decided to put their trust in Jacque Vaughn, a coach who has not had too many achievements. Under the 47-year-old leader, the Brooklyn Nets did not have too many different tactics, but instead, the whole team became united and competed for a more common goal.
When coach Steve Nash was fired, the players began to show more psychological comfort and from there, confidence gradually returned. The season is still long, but the recent impressive streak of form has given Brooklyn Nets fans the right to dream about the NBA championship.