The Brooklyn Net is a team that had high expectations in the last two seasons, but fell short in both years. Despite being known as a championship contender for both years, he was knocked out in the second round last season and in the first round this season.
So far, it looks like the Brooklyn Nets are making some big changes this offseason. It has recently been reported that Kevin Durant is “considering options for his future”, paving the way for a potential Kiri Irving trade request. It looks like no player is likely to be on the franchise next season.
Net owner Joe Tsai recently liked Kerry Irving’s hateful tweet, pointing out that “team and culture” are more important than “any one player”, and that he is ready to “return to net basketball”.
On my way to work, only Sean Marx came out. I didn’t see the white smoke. But I know the guy is cooking. We believe in Sean Marx. Teams and cultures> Any one player. Net is looking forward to getting back into basketball.
And for some as a baby gets older, he or she will outgrow this. Let him deselect! I know that an owner with a cap space dumb is enough to get a cond (nicks).
There is no doubt that no player wins on his own. Victory is done as a team and the Stars also need players to support them. Winning at a high level often requires individual talent, but to reach that point, that individual player also needs good teammates.
It remains to be seen what the Brooklyn Net will do about the Kyrie Irving situation. It makes sense for them to try and keep up, but it’s clear that leaving Kiri Irving is a real possibility.