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Versatility, Flexibilty Mark Nets Roster

Dmitry Beliakov
Dmitry Beliakov

Al Iannazzone tries his hand at drawing up a depth chart for the Nets, but with so many of the team's 15 players able to play two or three positions, it's not easy.

Can Devin Harris and Jordan Farmar, the team's two point guards, play together? Expect it. Is Terrence Williams a 1, 2 or a 3? In the summer, Avery Johnson said TWill is "definitely not a 3" but now seems to have relented. Will Derrick Favors play some center (assuming he isn't sent to Denver for Carmelo Anthony)? Yep. Billy King even thinks he and Troy Murphy could see some time together on the court. And if they're both gone, Travis Outlaw can be expected to move from small to power forward.

One thing is for certain.  This is Avery Johnson's team.  He may not have had the final say in the draft, Rod Thorn's last, but as Iannazzone writes he hand-picked most of the new players acquired in free agency and trades.  It's all on him now.