Kristian Winfield: The Nets’ offense is going to be lethal

NEW YORK — One play in the third quarter of the Brooklyn Nets’ Friday win over the Boston Celtics captures the destructive potential of the team’s offense. The Celtics had rallied to cut a 21-point deficit down to just nine, and the Nets needed a second basket to put an end to Boston’s run and regain the momentum. Spencer Dinwiddie whipped the ball over to DeAndre Jordan, who fed Kevin Durant in the high post with a mismatch against the smaller Marcus Smart. On the touch, Jaylen Brown shifted off of Kyrie Irving — who was sitting in the corner spacing the floor — to help from the weak side. Bu…

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HEDGE accordingly