Heat Check 2020-21: Brooklyn Nets

by December 31, 2020
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Caris LeVert of the Brooklyn Nets

The time has come for the Brooklyn Nets as they showcase a new duo out East in Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. To this point in the season, Brooklyn has looked extremely dominant and a true championship contender.

Although they’ve already experienced injury troubles with Spencer Dinwiddie going down for the year with a partially torn ACL, they are still deep enough to be a top team in their conference. Bruce Brown has gotten off to a slow start, but could turn into a key piece off the bench down the road.

For more information about the numbers behind our Heat Check series, hop over to our main Heat Check 2020-21 post.

Caris LeVert15.6p, 4.6r, 6.2a๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ
Chris Chiozza14.0p, 1.0r, 4.0a๐Ÿ”ฅ
Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot8.8p, 1.8r, 1.0a
Jarrett Allen9.6p, 12.0r, 1.2a
Joe Harris13.8p, 4.0r, 1.6aโ„
Kyrie Irving28.3p, 3.8r, 6.0aโ„
Jeff Green4.4p, 1.4r, 1.0aโ„โ„
Landry Shamet6.0p, 1.4r, 0.4aโ„โ„โ„
DeAndre Jordan3.6p, 8.0r, 2.0aโ„โ„โ„
Rodions Kurucs1.5p, 1.0r, 0.0aโ„โ„โ„
Tyler Johnson1.5p, 0.5r, 0.0aโ„โ„โ„โ„
Taurean Prince5.8p, 2.2r, 0.2aโ„โ„โ„โ„โ„
Spencer Dinwiddie6.7p, 4.3r, 3.0aโ„โ„โ„โ„โ„
Bruce Brown1.0p, 1.0r, 0.5aโ„โ„โ„โ„โ„

Team-by-Team Breakdown

AtlantaBostonBrooklyn
CharlotteChicagoCleveland
DallasDenverDetroit
Golden StateHoustonIndiana
LA ClippersLA LakersMemphis
MiamiMilwaukeeMinnesota
New OrleansNew YorkOklahoma City
OrlandoPhiladelphiaPhoenix
PortlandSacramentoSan Antonio
TorontoUtahWashington
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