Should Nets keep stacking Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving’s minutes? | The Jump

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Vince Carter and Zach Lowe join Rachel Nichols on The Jump to discuss if they agree with the Brooklyn Nets approach by head coach Steve Nash to stack instead of stagger Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving’s minutes.

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