New Jersey Nets: The Blueprints For a 2011 Championship

May 17th, 2010 by Dani Caplan Leave a reply »
The New Jersey Nets chased all time mediocrity last season. They started 0-18, the worst record ever to start a season in NBA history. They went on to finish 12-70. Not too pretty either. But can this record chasing (in a bad way) squad bounce back and take the NBA Title? This notion seems absurd at first glance, but I can show you how it most certainly is not.

The Nets have a plan for this off-season. It's going to be a big one in Jersey. They dealt their Big Three, Jason Kidd, Richard Jefferson, and Vince Carter, over the last couple of years to leave cap-space for a big signing or two in this historical free agent off-season.  Perhaps one LeBron James? Just putting it out there.

If LeBron comes to the Nets, they will not need another free-agent signing. If not, they will need to get two great signings. An option is signing both Dwyane Wade and Carlos Boozer, who are both All-Star caliber. The Nets have the money to buy both of them, but the only issue is if they are willing to come.

The Nets also have a plethora of picks in this years NBA Draft. Effectively, they own three first round picks since they have the first pick of the second ...

Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NBA
Article written by


Comments are closed.