Stephen A. and Max react to the Nets’ 4th straight loss | First Take

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    Stephen A. and Max react to the Nets’ 4th straight loss | First Take

    Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman debate which player is most important to the Nets between James Harden and Kevin Durant following Brooklyn’s season-high fourth straight loss.

    0:00 First Take’s “Quick Takes” on the Golden State Warriors, Washington Wizards and Brooklyn Nets.

    1:00 Stephen A. thinks KD is key to Brooklyn’s title chances.

    1:30 Max explains why James Harden is crucial to the Nets.

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