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NBA players react to James Harden's trade to the Brooklyn Nets: 'NBA crazy ain’t it'

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The NBA community was somewhat shocked after it was announced yesterday James Harden was traded to the Brooklyn Nets. Even though the Nets, alongside the Sixers, were the leading candidates to land Harden in a trade, the Nets came on top. Harden will join Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, which means the Nets will have a 'Big Three' that we haven't seen in the NBA for years.

That raised many eyebrows around the league, and other NBA players went to their Twitter accounts where they commented on this trade that will make their path to winning a championship that much harder. If the Nets find the right chemistry and Kyrie Irving decides he still wants to play basketball.

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