Robert Horry made an interesting comment about the Milwaukee Bucks championship run last season. It is questionable why he would make this comment when the Bucks have been the most impressive team in the NBA for the past three seasons
In a recent interview, Horry had this to say about the Bucks championship,
“I don’t think there’s ever gonna be a chance for a team to three-peat,” Horry said. “You might get a team to go back-to-back, but as far as three-peat, I doubt that. It might even be any back-to-back teams cause think about what the Lakers did. They win a championship; the next year, they got a whole different team. We know Milwaukee[Bucks] ain’t gonna go back-to-back cause they shouldn’t have been there in the first place. … They only won that because of a big toe.”
It is clear that he is talking about Kevin Durant and his foot being on the line in a shot that sent the game to overtime against the Bucks. While what he said isn't necessarily false because Durant's foot was on the line, it doesn't really make much sense. The Brooklyn Nets still had a chance to beat the Bucks in overtime but failed to do so while Durant went 0-6 from the field. Basketball also isn't a game of “ifs” and it seems like a lot of people from the Nets fan base and around the league love to play the “if” game.
It is also questionable why he would make that comment when the Milwaukee Bucks have clearly been the best team in the NBA for the past three seasons. They're the only team to make it to at least two Conference Finals in the past three seasons and they also have an NBA title with a two-time MVP.