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James Harden to the Nets, Rockets Get a Boatload in Return

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    James Harden is reuniting with Kevin Durant, as the Nets just became a superteam, and the Rockets just got a whopping four first-round picks (along with four more pick swaps) for the huge trade.

    Does this make the Nets the team to beat in the East? They also have Kyrie Irving, even though he has been absent as of late... With no team in the East pulling away, if egos can stay in check this might be the NBA Finals favorite for the next few years.

    Then there's Houston. They set themselves up so nicely to rebuild, and got rid of the headache that is Harden in the process. Who do you think came out better in this deal?

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    I'd say it's easily the Nets on this one.
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    joetemple Wrote:

    James Harden is reuniting with Kevin Durant, as the Nets just became a superteam, and the Rockets just got a whopping four first-round picks (along with four more pick swaps) for the huge trade.

    That's an insanely good deal. I know there was some heat thrown around about this, but 4 first round picks is a crazy good thing for the Rockets.