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LeBron James would make ‘The Avengers’ Brooklyn Nets suffer: Comedian Roy Wood Jr.

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The 2020-21 season is surely heading towards a blockbuster ending. With Brooklyn Nets looking like the favorite to win the title, many speculate when AD and LeBron return, LA Lakers are surely going to be the ones to face the star-studded Nets in the finals. Comedian/Actor Roy Wood Jr. Is one who believed that the Nets would not be able to take out the aging LeBron James. 


Roy Wood Jr. is one among the passionate fans of the association who dislikes the Brooklyn Nets’ motive to try and win a championship. After acquiring James Harden, the Nets didn’t stop and acquired Blake Griffin and LaMarcus Aldridge mid-season. 

Comedian Roy Wood Jr on LeBron James and calls Brooklyn Nets ‘The Avengers’

A lot of people state that LeBron James began the trend of assembling super teams and the formation of ‘Big Three’ within the roster. While that is a debate for another day, the Brooklyn Nets have currently employed three of the most dangerous offensive players on their team.  


Yo man this is like the avengers. I need time to learn all these characters. It’s too many people all on one team,” Roy Wood Jr. mentioned during a recent appearance on ESPN’s Jalen & Jacoby show.  

“If it takes all of that and they still can’t beat LeBron, I don’t want to hear anything else about LeBron’s legacy. That’s what this is all about. This is all about trying to beat a 36-year-old man with right now kind of a weak ankle but you know every time you see LeBron, he’s in better shape than the last time you saw him,” he further added.  

Furthermore, the 42-year-old comedian also stated that the Nets aren’t guaranteed a berth in the NBA finals as they would have to get past the likes of the Miami Heat and the Philadelphia 76ers first.

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