NBA Hall of Famer Steve Nash has signed a four-year contract to be the head coach of the Brooklyn Nets. The Nets proved that they can be a dangerous team this year, even in the absence of half their roster, including superstars Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durrant. With Steve Nash at the helm, the Brooklyn Nets have a very bright future coming off their bubble success.
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OFFICIAL: The Brooklyn Nets have named Steve Nash as the 23rd head coach in the franchise’s NBA history. pic.twitter.com/SG8OoN3a8g
— Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets) September 3, 2020
Steve Nash Takes Over Talented Nets
As I said, the Brooklyn Nets were without virtually half their roster in their bubble playoff series against the Raptors. But have you heard of this kid Caris Levert? The Michigan alum was balling out in the absence of his superstar teammates KD and Kyrie. Not to mention Deandre Jordan. With the addition of Steve Nash as the coach and the roster at full strength next year, this Brooklyn Nets team looks scary.
The ceiling is the roof for the Nets under coach Steve Nash. The only question is, can KD push them over the top and get himself another chip. I don’t have the answer to that question at the moment, but I know that Nets are taking the right strides to do so. Steve Nash may be just what Kyrie Irving needs to get out of his own head and just play some basketball. That part he is good at. The other stuff, not so much. However, I am not telling you anything you don’t already know at this point. Finally, the Brooklyn Nets are destined to be a consistent playoff team.