The Brooklyn Nets have got another thing coming if they think they’ll be able to elude grading just because we’re in the heart of summer.
School may be out, but it’s time for a report card assessing Brooklyn’s 2014 offseason so far.
This summer hasn’t been kind to the Nets, though it hasn’t all been entirely bad.
Still, after a disappointing 2013-14 campaign, Brooklyn needed a really strong offseason to bolster its title chances for next season.
Thus far, general manager Billy King and the rest of the front office have been relatively weak.
The emphasis there is on thus far. Keep in mind that the summer is far from over, and the Nets can still improve their roster before the first tipoff of 2014-15.
We can’t see into the future and evaluate transactions that have yet to be made. So for now, let’s slap a letter grade on each major move and non-move that Brooklyn made this summer.
SOURCE: Bleacher Report – Brooklyn Nets – Read entire story here.