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Nets 2014-15 Depth Chart wi(thout trades

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Nets 2014-15 Depth Chart wi(thout trades

This is a possible Depth Chart for the Brooklyn Nets if they had not made any trades involving players and picks prior to the Deron Williams trade. This would never have happened as all of Brooklyns' picks, without the effects of the veterans traded for, would have actually been HIGHER than the picks presented here.

Center: Brook Lopez (keep) Mason Plumlee (#22-2013)

Power Forward: Derrick Favors (keep) Gogui Dieng (#21-2013)

Small Forward: Jimmy Butler (#27-2011) K.J. McDaniels (#17-2014)

Two Guard: Klay Thompson (#3-2011) Archie Goodwin (#18-2013)

Point Guard: Damian Lillard (#6-2012) Devin Harris (keep)

I post this to illuminate the obvious truth: The most important member of any NBA franchise is its General Manager. This is how a lower eschelon team, who has made two decent picks in their previous two drafts, could transform their franchise in only three years. Never reach into the past to for the materials to build your future. Build your future out of what will be in full bloom in your future, not what will fade away.


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Center: Brook Lopez (keep)

Center: Brook Lopez (keep) Mason Plumlee (#22-2013)

Power Forward: Derrick Favors (keep) Gogui Dieng (#21-2013)

Small Forward: Jimmy Butler (#27-2011) K.J. McDaniels (#17-2014)

Two Guard: Klay Thompson (#3-2011) Archie Goodwin (#18-2013)

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