The time has come. The Nets go into Draft Night with two picks, at #27 and #36, hoping to either get someone who can give 12 to 15 minutes a night and/or hope for the future.
All spring long, the mantra has been the same out of the PNY Center: the Nets will pick the best player available, but into that formula is fed the team's desire to get an NBA-ready player, a third or fourth year player who is athletic and preferably plays the wing.
And of course, there's always the possibility of a trade with Billy King's record and Mikhail Prokhorov's cash hoard. So let the game begin.
New Jersey Nets Draft Overview - NBA.com