It feels like old days for Kevin Durant and James Harden, who have been reunited with the Brooklyn Nets. The two consider themselves older and wiser now and are prepared to take Brooklyn to new heights. The Nets are 2-0 since Harden made his Nets debut and have won four in a row overall. On Monday, the Nets took down the Milwaukee Bucks, a team they could possibly meet in the playoffs, 125-123. Harden led the way for the Nets with 34 points, and Durant scored 30 points. The Nets are still without Kyrie Irving, who is in COVID protocol for his party during his absence. If all three are clicking, the Nets could become the favorites in the East.