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How the Brooklyn Nets find another star to play with Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant for new coach Steve Nash

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Jay Williams likes D'Antoni hire in Brooklyn (1:41)

Jay Williams and Keyshawn Johnson react to Mike D'Antoni joining Steve Nash's coaching staff in Brooklyn. (1:41)

Help is on the way for the Brooklyn Nets.

Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving should be healthy and ready next season to lead a roster that already features Caris LeVert, Joe Harris (if he re-signs), Spencer Dinwiddie and Jarrett Allen.

The Nets' offseason got underway in September with Brooklyn hiring Hall of Fame point guard Steve Nash as their next head coach. The Nets are expected to hire Mike D'Antoni and Ime Udoka as assistant coaches, according to a report by ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski -- reuniting Nash with D'Antoni, Nash's former coach with both the Suns and the Lakers. Nash had previously hired former Suns teammate Amar'e Stoudemire as an assistant coach.

From here, the attention will now turn to the free agency of Harris, a rookie extension for Allen and the expiring contract of Dinwiddie and the hopes of finding a third star to play with Durant and Irving.