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My Conversation With Peter Vecsey About Brooklyn Trades (KG & Millsap)

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So Peter Vecsey, an NBA writer if you were not aware, released this tweet earlier today:

Boston source labels KG-Hibbert trade report (close to going down) as sheer pretend. C's did receive call f BK re KG. Kris & MarShon, no way

This obviously indicates that the Nets did or still do have interest in Garnett as a possible addition to the Nets. However the Hump & Brooks standard package was not enough.

I asked him in response:

Any way Brooklyn can make it happen?

And he replied:

Does not appear so. Either with KG or Gay. Nets may have 2 downgrade desires for SF or PF

So the Nets apparently do not have the assets for either of those two. It's something that was known, but this confirms it.

I inquired further on this:

Are you hearing anything on that front? Is Paul Millsap realistic?

He responded with a simple and plain:

No

So apparently the Nets will need to adjust their desires in order to make an upgrade as their targets are currently unattainable. I hope all of you found this interesting. I felt as though it was worth sharing.

Here is the link to the conversation if interested: https://twitter.com/PeterVecsey1/status/296738603025969152

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