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December 7, 2009

How Low Can They Go? Winless Nets Set New Standard for Worst NBA Start Ever

Brooklyn Daily Eagle
by John Torenli

We missed this one on Friday, and while the headline no longer applies (the Nets won!? Friday night), this still does:

Are 2010 free agents like Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, Joe Johnson and King James supposed to be lured to the Nets simply by the prospect of playing in Brooklyn someday?

Maximum contracts will be available for all of these players by next summer, and the Nets will more than likely have a very high pick in the NBA Draft.

But the mounting losses and lack of star power is leaving a poor impression not only on the high-priced free agents in waiting, but the current Nets as well.


Posted by eric at December 7, 2009 10:05 AM