Nets Avoid Infamy: But What Does The Future Hold?

March 30th, 2010 by Shady Botros Leave a reply »
As the buzzer sounded last night, the New Jersey Nets had avoided their place in the record books.

They beat the Spurs to secure their 10th win, the game they needed to avoid being linked to the 1972-73 Philadelphia 76ers, as the worst teams in NBA history.

It’s been no mystery that the Nets season has been filled with misery, losses, and empty arenas.

However, what could be more miserable is, if next season is the same.

I highly doubt that with their 10th win, the Nets will go down as one of the worst squads to ever play through an NBA season, but next year should be different for many reasons.

With the 10 wins, the Nets have secured the highest odds to the number one pick, who will likely be John Wall.

The worst team doesn’t always win the lottery, but aside from Wall, there are other potential franchise changing prospects for the Nets.

If the Nets were to land the pick and take Wall, they would either have to figure out a way to play Wall with Devin Harris or trade Devin Harris.

John Wall is the dream, but let’s say the Nets were to get a guy like Evan Turner, who wo ...

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