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New Jersey bench?

Who on the bench beside Brooks and Plumee


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brooks got traded to the

brooks got traded to the celtics, i think plumlee and blatche is solid backup front court alongside terry in the backcourt. i see them as potentially getting the 2 or 3 seed with the addition of pierce, terry, and garnett.

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Livingston apperantly

Livingston apperantly

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New Jersey Devils?????

There is no NBA team in New Jersey. Brooklyn, however, has Blatche, Plumlee, Livingston,Terry,Teletovic,Evans,and Taylor.

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By New Jersey you mean

By New Jersey you mean Brooklyn, and Brooks is in Boston now. Lol.

Got 1/3 right at least. DeAndre Jordan's proud of that percentage.

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Nets Bench

Looking like:

PG: Shaun Livingston, Tyshawn Taylor
SG: Jason Terry
SF: Bojan Bogdanovic (just signed him the other day, 2nd round pick in 2011)
PF: Reggie Evans, Mirza Teletovic
C: Andray Blatche, Mason Plumlee

I think I am missing because after the Livingston signing it said that they have 14 players signed and most likely wont sign a 15th for $$ reasons.

I think this is a solid bench. Blatche, Evans, Plumlee give them 3 solid bigs off the bench. I don't know much about Bogdanovic but seems like he was one of the better players in Europe this past seasons and has been highly regarded since Brooklyn traded for him on draft day 2 years ago. Terry will provide them the scoring punch off the bench. I would like to see them add an athletic wing for the bench but with there $$ issues I highly doubt that happens now.

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