With limited capital to spend and modest but important holes to fill on the roster, Sean Marks has his work cut out for him in the offseason... again.
To put a bow on this three-part video series, we’ve gone over Brooklyn’s options with Spencer Dinwiddie. We’ve analyzed the rest of Brooklyn’s remaining free agents. So here’s the video you’ve all been waiting for...
A comprehensive list of free agent targets for the Nets in the 2021 class.
Brooklyn has three main needs with regards to roster holes: a low usage center that can roll to the rim, grab rebounds, and diversify defensive coverages (i.e. drop); a backup point guard to likely fill the loss of Spencer Dinwiddie; and a 3-and-D wing (or three) to do the little things on the floor.
In this video, I provided my favorite options at each of these positions before ranking my top-6 favorite 2021 free agents that are within the Nets’ realm of possibility.
1:59 Centers - Taj Gibson, Daniel Theis, Cody Zeller, Khem Birch, Robin Lopez, JaVale McGee, and Dewayne Dedmon.
(Mention of Nerlens Noel, JaMychal Green, Serge Ibaka, and Dwight Howard in this section as well.)
5:19 Backup Point Guards - Patty Mills, Goran Dragic, Lou Williams, Austin Rivers, Raul Neto, and Ish Smith.
7:17 Wings - Rudy Gay, Torrey Craig, Kent Bazemore, Trevor Ariza, Otto Porter Jr., Wesley Matthews, Markieff Morris, and David Nwaba.
(Mention of Nic Batum, Reggie Bullock, PJ Tucker, and a surprise player in this section.)
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