The Big 3 of the Nets slams an insolent perf never seen in history

Back on their floor to end their first-round series, the Nets easily got rid of Boston. Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and James Harden took the opportunity to enter the history of the league through the very large door.

Following their big victory acquired during Game 4, the outcome of the confrontation seemed inevitable. This was confirmed two days later, with a further correction inflicted on their opponents. With one game of qualifying, the Nets got serious against the Celtics, winning 123-109 at Barclays Center to go in the second round.

And once is not customary, it is in the wake of its Big 3 that the franchise of Brooklyn has taken over Boston. After having tied two all-time records on Sunday, Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and James Harden simply completed an unprecedented feat on Tuesday, still compiling 83 points between them on the meeting.

Kevin Durant, James harden and Kyrie Irving averaged 85.2 points per game in the first round. That’s the greatest total for a line in any playoff series in NBA history, according to Elias Sports.

By comparison, all of the 1999 Knicks, who completed their playoff campaign in the Finals, were running at… 85.0 units per game.

A glance at the individual averages of the three thieves is in order, and is just as, if not even more impressive.

Kevin Durant – James Harden – Kyrie Irving on the series:

🔘 KD: 32.6 points, 7.4 rebounds, 54% shooting, 50% at 3 points
🔘 Harden: 27.8 points, 10.6 assists, 7.2 rebounds, 55% shooting
🔘 Kyrie: 24.8 points, 6.4 rebounds, 2.8 assists, 49% shooting

Scary. 🤯😳

The Bucks, who will cross paths with the three superstars within a few days in the conference semifinals, may have a very bad night by then.

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