Price right for Joe Johnson?

The Nets G is slated to make $24.9M next season, 2nd-most in the league behind Kobe Bryant. But his 2014-15 player efficiency rating was actually below the league average.

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Nets sign rookie Hollis-Jefferson

The Brooklyn Nets announced they have signed first-round pick Rondae Hollis-Jefferson to a multi-year contract. The 6-foot-7 Hollis-Jefferson was selected 23rd overall by Portland before being acquired by the Nets along with Steve Blake in a draft-day trade for Mason Plumlee and Pat Connaughton, this year's 41st overall pick.

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Nets are still a work in progress

After locking up Brook Lopez and Thaddeus Young, the Nets have now turned their attention towards the future.

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Sources: Cavs look to land Johnson from Nets

The Cleveland Cavaliers are considering trading for Brooklyn Nets star Joe Johnson with their Brendan Haywood contract chip, sources told ESPN.com.

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Cavs, Nets in talks for Joe Johnson

The Cavaliers are considering using Brendan Haywood's non-guaranteed contract to trade for seven-time All-Star Joe Johnson, who has one year and $24.9M left on his contract, sources tell ESPN's Brian Windhorst. Story

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Nets bring in low-priced young talent

Brooklyn signed two former first-round picks, Thomas Robinson and Shane Larkin. Kevin Pelton believes at their price, both players are good gambles. Pelton’s day-two analysis (insider)

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Nets overpaid to re-sign Lopez, Young

The Brooklyn Nets kept their starting lineup intact by re-signing center Brook Lopez and power forward Thaddeus Young, but Kevin Pelton says they paid too much. Pelton's first-day analysis (Insider)

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Thomas Robinson bound for Brooklyn

Thomas Robinson is finally a Brooklyn Net. The fifth overall pick in the 2012 draft agreed to a two-year deal with the Nets at the veteran's minimum, with a player option for the second year.

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Grantland on Thomas Robinson

After agreeing to a minimum-salary deal with the Nets, Thomas Robinson is headed to his fifth NBA team in four seasons. Will the No. 5 overall pick in the 2012 draft finally find a home? The traveling man

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Nets agree to 2-year deal with Larkin

According to sources, the Brooklyn Nets have reached an agreement with reserve point guard Shane Larkin on a two-year deal.

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Nets sign first-round pick Chris McCullough

McCullough, who was selected No. 29 overall out of Syracuse, may not play this season as he continues to recover from an ACL injury.

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Brooklyn banks on Brook Lopez

Tom Haberstroh on the Nets re-signing the big man: "The NBA is getting smaller, but the Nets are making a bet here that Brook Lopez as a traditional center is going to make big gains next year."

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Is Thaddeus Young worth $50 million?

Thaddeus Young is reported to have reached a verbal agreement to a 4-year contract in the $50 million range with the Brooklyn Nets, but Kevin Pelton thinks the price tag is a little high. Top 30 statistical free agents (Insider)

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Pelton: Breaking down Day 2 free-agent deals

D-Wade and the Heat compromised, the Bucks upgraded with Greg Monroe and the Mavs took a risk with Wesley Matthews. Kevin Pelton sorts through the second day of free agency.

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Sources: Nets come to terms with Lopez, Young

The Brooklyn Nets struck quickly after the NBA's free-agency period opened Wednesday at midnight ET, coming to terms with Brook Lopez and Thaddeus Young, league sources told ESPN.com.

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Is Brook Lopez worth the gamble?

Brook Lopez can score in various ways, but his chronic injury issues make him tough to evaluate. The Nets should look for a three-year deal, with a partial guarantee for the final year. Free-agent Big Board 2.0 (Insider)

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Will Brook Lopez Leave Brooklyn?

The Nets will have to shell out some serious cash to keep Lopez in Brooklyn. With his recent injury history, will the center be worth the money? 5-on-5: Free agency preview

Nets: Mike Mazzeo breaks down team's free agency goals including avoiding luxury tax, getting younger and more athletic

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Lopez, Young expected to stay with Nets

Brook Lopez and Thaddeus Young are widely expected to reach verbal agreements on new deals with the Nets early in free agency, according to ESPN's Marc Stein and Mike Mazzeo. Story

2014-15 Team Stats

Points Per Game98.021st
Rebounds Per Game42.422nd
Assists Per Game20.920th
Points Allowed100.918th

Team History

YearWLPCT
2014-153844.463
2013-144438.536
2012-134933.597
2011-122244.333
2010-112458.292

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