Why the Nets, Yankees, and Giants won’t be apart of the renaissance
I mean no disrespect towards the Nets. They currently have three future Hall of Fame candidates in Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, and James Harden. But you have to remember, I’m predicting the sports world in more than 3 years. By then, Kevin Durant will be 36 and likely debilitated due to the Achilles injuries he has sustained, and Kyrie and Harden will be on the wrong side of thirty. The Nets are good now, and while I see them winning something in the next two years, they will no longer be good when these other teams are on the rise.
I also have to point out that while I fear the Yankees will win the 2021 World Series, their core will have either fallen apart or lost major pieces by the time the Mets are good in a few years.
The same goes for the Giants, who, after seven losing seasons in the last eight years, will have to rebuild their roster, especially after doubts have grown concerning QB Daniel Jones. Overall, the reason this article only covers the Mets, Jets, and Knicks is because they still have a few years to go before success, while the Nets, Giants, and Yankees are either at their peak or nowhere near it.