Kevin Durant respects the Celtics and says the Nets ‘can be beat if we don’t lock in’ | NBA on ESPN

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  • ESPN published this video item, entitled “Kevin Durant respects the Celtics and says the Nets ‘can be beat if we don’t lock in’ | NBA on ESPN” – below is their description.

    Kevin Durant speaks to reporters ahead of the Brooklyn Nets vs. Boston Celtics series in the 2021 NBA Playoffs.

    0:00 On more fans returning to the arena.

    0:35 His feelings on finally getting to play postseason games for the Nets.

    1:53 Whether the team is thinking about the title.

    2:37 His thoughts on the Celtics this season.

    4:05 On his defensive approach.

    5:47 Does he think about his matchup with Jayson Tatum?

    7:04 How does he balance defensive responsibilities on Tatum with his offensive responsibilities?

    8:43 Does he look at his team as the favorite?

    9:42 How James Harden has adapted to the team.

    10:58 How Harden has affected his approach.

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