April 4, 2022
Kevin Durant Brooklyn NetsKevin Durant Brooklyn Nets
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The Nets have locked their spot in the play-in tournament, the only unknown is which team they will face. That will be determined over the remaining three regular season games.

For Kevin Durant there is no difference in who Brooklyn’s opponents will be in the play-in tournament. The two-time NBA champion says it is too stressful to think about that.

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“Who cares? Whoever we play, we play,” was Durant’s response. “I don’t care who we play. I don’t care that we’re in the play-in. Just tip the ball up. See what happens. That’s all you can control. It’s too stressful think.”

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Brooklyn is currently 8th in the Eastern Conference and could still finish anywhere between 7th and 10th place. Depending on the final standings, the Nets will face either the Cavaliers, Hawks or Hornets.

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