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    Nets future

    So the Nets signed Brook Lopez to a max contract and now they at cap limit. With a back court of Deron and Joe, is that enough to compete for a championship? Deron Williams is a stud although he hasn't played like it on the Nets, but Joe Johnson is very overrated and Brook Lopez is the softest big man in the game. I can't see the Nets competing for a ring with this roster in the following few years. I have a feeling they will be a less potent Hawk team. Thoughts?
    Deal with it


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    Omfg another Nets thread

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    IMO, Nets are 2nd round exit at best with this team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron24th View Post
    IMO, Nets are 2nd round exit at best with this team.
    I agree but can you tell me why you think so?
    Deal with it


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    Quote Originally Posted by GoPacers33 View Post
    Omfg another Nets thread
    then just hit that "x" button on top of your screen
    Deal with it


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    Quote Originally Posted by Evolution23 View Post
    I agree but can you tell me why you think so?
    Still IMO, they're stuck financially with two overpaids players (Lopez and JJ) who are far from being proven winners, D-Will could ask for a trade (again) if things don't go his way in years to come.

    And I don't see any depth in a conference where miami,chicago (if Rose healthy),indiana and NY will dominate in the next 5 years.

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    They need Brook to become a better rebounder. Also need Marshon to blossom into a great 6th man.

    As it stands now they are merely a 1 and done team at best. Have a ton to prove.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron24th View Post
    IMO, Nets are 2nd round exit at best with this team.
    agree

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    Tell me what teams have a superstar and a all star on their roster that isnt a contender, what about a defensive sf, or a rebounding pf or a very skilled Center.

    Rebounding doesnt matter when you have Humphries and Evans they will make up for lack of rebounding, its not about individual stats its about team rebounds.

    And how is Lopez the softest center in the league?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron24th View Post
    Still IMO, they're stuck financially with two overpaids players (Lopez and JJ) who are far from being proven winners, D-Will could ask for a trade (again) if things don't go his way in years to come.

    And I don't see any depth in a conference where miami,chicago (if Rose healthy),indiana and NY will dominate in the next 5 years.
    Pacers are nothing to be afriad of , like I said they were one hit wonders and dont even have good talent, do Pacers have a Deron Williams? Do they have a Joe Johnson?
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    Brace yourselves, the trolls are coming.

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    Nets and knicks are in the same boat, good but probably not going to win a ring any time in the future.

    Depends on who they face in the first round but its possible neither team makes it out of the first.

    btw, nice bait thread evo

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    Quote Originally Posted by --23-- View Post
    agree
    Explain why. I would love to hear your reasoning.
    Deal with it


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    they'll be good,but they're pretty much lock into not winning a ring territory.2nd round ceiling(though might luck into an ecf's once)

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    Quote Originally Posted by justinnum1 View Post
    Nets and knicks are in the same boat.

    Depends on who they face in the first round but its possible neither team makes it out of the first.

    btw, nice bait thread evo
    Lol if this is a bait thread, then it will get closed, otherwise it's staying open. I like how you tried to bring the Knicks into the convo again. This is a Nets thread btw. Nice try on trying to troll Knicks fans.
    Deal with it


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