The Brooklyn Nets expect their big three of Kevin Durant, James Harden and Kyrie Irving to play just their eighth game together and first since Feb. 13th when they face the Chicago Bulls on Saturday.
"If everything stays the same," Steve Nash said after Friday afternoon's practice, "those three will play tomorrow."
Durant, Harden and Irving have each faced injury issues.
Harden and Irving have played in 19 games together while Durant and Irving have played in 17 games. Harden and Durant have played in just three games together.
"It's been few and far between," Nash said. "I don't necessarily have any expectations other than it gives us an opportunity to jell and play together and feel what it's like to be out there again."