Breaking Down 2010 Part 2: How the Nets Can Build a Future Contender In 2010

December 15th, 2009 by Sean Fearon Leave a reply »
2-22; not exactly the start we expected from this promising squad to open the 2009-2010 season.

In fact, many expected an OKC-esque revival after all, New Jersey boasts the same youth, potential, and exuberance as Oklahoma's pride and joy.

But all is not lost for the Nets—time and a lot of money appear to on their side.

With the worst record in the NBA all but assured, the odds are for New Jersey to pick up the No. 1 draft pick in next years draft, a draft that will introduce superstar-to-be John Wall into the league.

Now, picture this backcourt: Wall and Devin Harris, two guards simply oozing with potential.

The point guard from Kentucky will assume ball-handling responsibilities from Harris and the young All-Star can play the off guard, a transition that should be almost hassle-free given Harris' exceptional scoring ability.

Sounds good, sounds promising.

And with one of the best centers in the league in Brook Lopez, a youngster who is already a dominant defensive presence, New Jersey seems to have more and more to offer the big name free agents next summer.

Cue, LeBron James. ...

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