What I’m Hearing: USA TODAY Sports’ Mark Medina identifies four up-and-coming NBA players who could be poised to make their first All-Star team. USA TODAY
When the Brooklyn Nets acquired James Harden last month, NBA observers loudly wondered how the team’s three superstars would work together.
Kevin Durant’s game fits well next to Harden and Kyrie Irving. The more important question in the backcourt as two ball-dominant forces who are used to handling the bulk of the play-making duties.
If is any indication, Harden and Irving are figuring things out quite well.
Irving told reporters last week that he and Harden talked to clarify their roles, and Irving said he told Harden: