The Return of Kevin Durant! Previewing Pelicans vs Nets | Hoop Streams

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  • ESPN published this video item, entitled “The Return of Kevin Durant! Previewing Pelicans vs Nets | Hoop Streams” – below is their description.

    Hoop Streams is back as Christine Williamson, Gary Striewski, and Treavor Scales get you ready for Kevin Durant’s return in tonight’s primetime matchup between the New Orleans Pelicans and the Brooklyn Nets. NBA Rewind recaps some of the best sights and sounds from across the league. Gary and Treavor debate which city, New Orleans or Brooklyn has the better vibe. NBA Twitter legend and New York Times best-selling author Shea Serrano joins the crew to break down Zion vs. Shaq and whether James Harden already deserves a mural. Finally, friend of the show Ros Gold-Onwude breaks down the Pelicans’ push for the eighth seed in the West and what Kevin Durant’s return means for the Nets now that James Harden is out with a lingering hamstring injury.

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