Here we are a year later and here go the rumors again, but this time it's different. This time it seems more real, it seems within reach and as an organization all we have to do is go out a grab it. But wait, let's not forget the cost that were giving up to get Dwight. Losing Marshon hurts. I think he is going to be a speical player in this leauge with the abilty to score and create his own shot, doesn't have the NBA body now but in two years i think he is not only a starter but an All-Star. Losing Brook Lopez, the longest tenured Net. Brook was a main stay in our line-up until this past season. Never had missed a game always played hard and he was the person we gave the ball too with the game on the line. He's not given enough credit because of his rebounding but could anyone honestly say that, that was going to change. Very soon. Brook Lopez is by far going to be missed because of his desire to play and being a big kid himself who loves to play the game. losing Kris Humphries is going to hurt more than were going to notice. The most consistent player for the Nets the past three years has been Hump. He has also given us the most to talk about. (KK) His much improved jumper gave him a deminsion that was much needed to speard the floor but also opened up the lanes, and on the boards he was the only one willing to bang bodies and get in there with 7 footers. The blocks and the monster jams were a thing of beauty. Ill be the first to say a potential line up that is being discussed sounds like a championship contender but im going to miss the pieces that have been here when we were nothing.