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    Can the heat challenge the Nets for the East? | First Take

    Max Kellerman, Chris Canty and Kendrick Perkins debate whether the Miami Heat can challenge the Brooklyn Nets in the Eastern Conference.

    #FirstTake #NBA

    0:00 Perk: The Heat are playing inspiring winning basketball.

    2:00 Max weighs in.

    4:20 Perk wants Max and Canty to show Erik Spoelstra some respect.

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