Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving are set to make their Brooklyn Nets debut together on Sunday against the Washington Wizards. Before doing so, the two stars decided to spend some time on IG live and discuss how they're going to run the offense this 2020-21 season.

While doing so, Durant decided to throw a little jab at Irving for being too small.

Nonetheless, the Nets guard expressed his belief that his lack of height doesn't really matter given how he can break down anybody that's in front of him.

Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving are certainly excited to get down to business once Sunday's game officially begins their journey as teammates. They certainly waited a long time after signing with the Nets in the summer of 2019. Durant missed the entire 2019-20 season after suffering a torn Achilles in the 2019 NBA Finals, while Irving sat out a large portion of last season due to injuries.

It remains to be seen how Durant and Irving will look like coming off their respective injuries. Nonetheless, many are still booking Brooklyn as one of the top contenders in the NBA, with the two scoring superstars finally making their returns on the floor. With Durant and Irving leading the way and a solid and young supporting cast, the Nets have the tools to reach their goal of winning a championship.

The Nets also made key additions in their coaching staff by hiring Steve Nash. Though a first time head coach, the two-time NBA MVP is one of the smartest minds in basketball history and should be able to offer a ton of knowledge and know-how to this Nets squad.

In addition, the team also hired Nash's former Phoenix Suns coach Mike D'Antoni as one of the main men in charge of running Brooklyn's offense. D'Antoni, who coached the Houston Rockets for four seasons prior to this assistant coaching gig, should make the Durant and Irving-led team one of the most potent offenses in the NBA.