Much has been made about how Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving—two ball-dominant superstars—will be able to co-exist with the Brooklyn Nets. NBA legend reggie miller, however, isn’t overly concerned about it.

In an interview with Mollie Walker of the New York Post, Miller said Durant and Irving’s union shouldn’t be the Nets’ biggest concern. In his mind, the bigger issue involves the other guys.

“You always hear people say there’s only one basketball, they got to share the basketball. To me, that’s not going to be the problem because they’ve always wanted to play with one another and they’ve only wanted for each other to succeed. The question is going to be, the (Caris) LeVerts and the (Spencer) Dinwiddies, can they get those guys involved? I’m not so much worried about Kyrie and Durant, and how that union will be. How can they get Joe Harris involved?”

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Miller is aware that both Durant and Irving have already played with other superstars in the past. KD with the Golden State Warriors and Irving with LeBron James and Kevin Love with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Both of them also succeeded in those previous stints.

Miller, meanwhile, never really played with a second superstar during his peak with the Indiana Pacers. He was the only clear alpha dog playing alongside the likes of Rik Smits, Mark Jackson, Anthony Davis, Dale Davis, and Jalen Rose. He, however, played for Team USA three times so he also knows all about star equity.

As Reggie Miller pointed out, Nets coach Steve Nash will be facing a tough challenge in incorporating guys like LeVert, Dinwiddie, and Harris into the team’s offense. They have all proven in the past that they are more than capable of putting points on the board, and at this point, it is likely that they will be demanding their fair share of the pie as well.