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Brooklyn Nets

Brooklyn Nets definitely had their share of offseason roster coups, however, the big question is whether they are ready to live up to the expectations this upcoming season or not? Their fans will be expecting them to turn into contenders from being pretenders (After all, Brooklyn Nets is the only NBA team with a 9-figure payroll), but do they have it in the roster?

Brooklyn has a former All-Star at each position of their starting lineup. However, health of these basketball superstars can be a matter of concern for Coach Jason Kidd. After all, Paul Pierce is 36 already and last season, he averaged 33.4 minutes which marks the lowest of his career. Deron Williams is certainly a talent to reckon with, however, his ankles troubled him throughout the 1st half of last season. Brook Lopez, on the other hand, is entering his prime years. However, if he injures his foot again during the upcoming season that surely won’t be a good sign for Brooklyn Nets.

Jason Kidd is starting his coaching career with Brooklyn Nets this season. He used to be a threat for opposition as a player and undoubtedly, he played a big role in mentoring some of his teammates such as Carmelo Anthony and Dirk Nowitzki. Now, whether he turns out to be an awesome technician or not is to be seen though.

So, what can be expected from the Brooklyn Nets bench, which looks the strongest across the league on paper? If last season figures are considered, Reggie Evans was the one with the best total rebounding percentage (26.67%) and defensive rebounding percentage (37.76%). Andray Blatche who sort of resurrected his career with Brooklyn Nets is expected to carry the frontcourt scoring load. Among the other members of the bench, Shaun Livingston, Mirza Teletovic and Alan Anderson are expected to make their presence felt. Finally, retaining Andrei Kirilenko at a bargain price was surely surprising and it will be exciting to watch him unload his energy on the court this season for Brooklyn Nets.

On a whole, Brooklyn Nets has a winning team on paper. That being said, basketball is played on court, not papers!

 



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The Brooklyn Nets are back in the city limits of New York 25 years after having been forced across the river in New Jersey. Of course, back in 1967 the team debuted in Jersey as the Americans, but that lasted one season before moving to New York as the Nets. This was when the franchise played in the ABA.

These ABA teams were led by Julius Erving. Dr. J was a magical basketball player with an unstoppable finger roll and a unique ability to glide effortlessly to the rim. He won three MVPs in a Nets uniform and the franchise won two championships. Dr. J was taken from the franchise after the ABA merged with the NBA, but the Nets quickly went to work finding a new star to build around. They tried Bernard King and Buck Williams. Both were fan favorites and Buck managed to consistently get the team into the playoffs in the 1980s.

The next decade came with significant change. Williams went to Portland and Derrick Coleman and Kenny Anderson led the team for the first half of the decade. They were both talented and volatile and were traded. The club struggled and would do so until Kenyon Martin and Jason Kidd arrived. The Nets were suddenly the best basketball team in the Eastern Conference, but the conference was a glorified minor league to the Western Conference in the beginning of the 21st century. New Jersey played in two consecutive NBA finals, though the team lost both.

Eventually, Kidd had to leave. In his absence, the front office needed a star point guard and pried Deron Williams from the Jazz. They added Brook Lopez to give the scoring point a threat in the post and have moved back to the city, albeit the borough of Brooklyn. Still, they have a new stadium in the Barclays Center and an ownership team comprised of a billionaire from Russia and a hip hop mogul by the name of Jay-Z.



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