The Brooklyn Nets have had an incredibly odd season. Especially in regards to their newly assembled big three of Kevin Durant, James Harden, and Kyrie Irving. They have hardly played with all three, and half the time they have only had just one of them in the lineup. With the new injury to Kevin Durant, Nets’ head coach Steve Nash confirms it is simply business as usual.

The Nets are 38-18 and solidly second in the Eastern Conference. They have maintained this success despite the constant absences from their stars. That is one of the many benefits of having three offensive juggernauts as they do; they can always have an above-average offensive engine on the floor.