Kellerman says Nets' Big 3 best offense ever, not peak Warriors

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Well, this one won't sit well with Dub Nation.

On a recent episode of First Take, ESPN analysts Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman came to a disagreement, although that's hardly surprising. But what the duo argued about surely will raise the eyebrows of Warriors' fans. 

When breaking down elite backcourts in the game, Smith said he believes Steph Curry and Klay Thompson make up the "greatest shooting backcourt in all of basketball."

Kellerman however thinks the Brooklyn Nets' Big 3 of Kevin Durant, James Harden and Kyrie Irving takes the cake.

"Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and James Harden are the greatest offense ever created in the history of basketball," Kellerman said. 

"Everything you say about the backcourt in Golden State applies to these guys on offense," Kellerman continued. 

While the Nets (24-13) undoubtedly have played better than the Warriors (19-18) this season -- including blowing out Golden State twice -- ranking the Nets' Big 3 over the Warriors' Big 3 of Curry, Thompson and Durant is a tall order.

After all, the Warriors' trio has back-to-back championships to their name.

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Even without Durant, Golden State's prolific backcourt should return to form when Thompson comes back. The Splash Brother has missed the last two seasons with two separate injuries. 

And when Thompson does return, two of the most notable basketball offenses can duke it out for bragging rights.

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