Asked specifically about Brooklyn’s additions of Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry, James told ESPN.com’s Brian Windhorst, “I thought they brought three champions to their team. They’ve added a championship coach (Jason Kidd). So I think they’re gonna be good.
“Chemistry is always the issue when you bring new guys to a new team, but I think those guys have sacrificed before, so it shouldn’t be a problem, and I think it’s good for the league.”
The Nets went 0-3 against the two-time defending champion Heat last season, losing by an average of 21 points per game.
“They’re the blueprint, they’re the champs, they won it twice in a row, [and] they could have won it three times in a row,” Kidd said this offseason. “They put that team together to try to win championships, and they've had a lot of success. So if you want to compete with them, you've got to have the horses. And I think we have that.”
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