I'm not really seeing where they improve that much either though. Yes, they will get a late first round pick when they swap with us, but even that will be in the mid to late 20's. They wont be drafting a guy who will be coming in and being a significant difference maker in his first year.
Originally Posted by Forever35
Brooklyn is not an attractive free agent destination right now, so many of the big names are unlikely to go there and the only chance they really have of getting better is signing second tier free agents or RFA(which they tried with tyler johnson last year and failed)
Unless there is a massive overhaul( which is doubtful considering their lack of assets) Brooklyn will likely be a bottom 3 team next year. There is very little chance they improve enough to where Brooklyn 18 is outside top 3 lottery.
Brooklyn will need to improve by about 10 wins. With the East slowly getting better each year, I dont see any scenarios where they would jump 10+ wins next season. They are that far behind right now.
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