The Brooklyn Nets are climbing to the top of the Eastern Conference as they won their seventh straight game last night defeating the Sacramento Kings 127-118.

It’s amazing to watch the team just 10 miles down to the road from the world’s most famous arena, become the dominant squad in the big apple.

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The Nets continue to win and they are doing by sharing the ball, five players in double figures last night, including Bruce Brown who had a big fourth quarter with 13 points and a total of 29 points.

The best move of the season was the signing of James Harden, who also had 29 points and his sixth double double with Brooklyn this season.

Kyrie Irving has caught fire with this team adding 21 points in the victory.

The Brooklyn Nets are 21 and 12 just a half game out of the top spot in the east, behind the Philadelphia 76ers, who are 21-11.

Kevin Durant has not reached his season stride yet, sidelined for scattered games, the coaching staff is watching his progress, and taking precautions not to push him, and risk re-injury of that Achilles.

The fans are back, and they have a lot to cheer about, the team that looked good on paper has proven they are contenders for a championship.

The Brooklyn Nets are the real deal!

[via NBA.com]

 

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