2019-2020 Brooklyn Nets Regular Season Roster
Having a very successful offseason landing Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, Brooklyn is looking to contend for a title over the next few seasons. While we are not sure how Durant will be after the Achilles tear, the risk was worth taking. Every team needs a duo if they are going to compete for a championship and Brooklyn got theirs. Sharp-shooter Joe Harris gives them shooting off the bench and Taurean Prince gives them some depth at wing. Brooklyn's roster got a major overhaul when they signed Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving in the offseason. Now they haven't seen them play together yet, but that will be next season. Adding them to a talented young roster is going to have them on the forefront of the Eastern Conference. Brooklyn is loaded with wing and guard depth as they have Spencer Dinwiddie and Caris LeVert who have made major strides over the last few seasons.
No team faces lower stakes at Disney than the Brooklyn Nets. While others fight for a playoff spot or a championship, the Nets can rest easy knowing that their most important players aren't making the trip. Without Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving , the Nets are little more than a first-round warmup for the true contenders. Should Brooklyn somehow miss out on the playoffs, they keep their first-round pick rather than sending it to the Minnesota Timberwolves. So long as they escape unscathed, the Nets will be satisfied. But that doesn't mean they won't have their own goals during their trip to Florida. They just don't align with the majority of the teams headed to Disney.
Staff Members. Future Draft Picks. NBA Draft History. Salary Cap. Clippers [L. Jarrett Allen signed a multi-year contract with the Brooklyn Nets on July 20, Nicolas Claxton signed a multi-year contract with the Brooklyn Nets on July 7, Rodions Kurucs signed a multi-year contract with the Brooklyn Nets on July 16, Dzanan Musa signed a multi-year contract with the Brooklyn Nets on July 12,