GM Sean Marks has pulled together a roster full of interesting young talent. Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, a 2014 first-round pick, shows promise as an athletic stopper on the wing with some offensive upside, while Chris McCullough, the Nets other first-round pick, has shown flashes of potential this past season season. McCullough fits the mold of a playmaking four with the tools to stretch the floor, make plays off the bounce and finish at the rim. The Nets also added former number two overall pick D'Angelo Russell to the fold in a trade with the Lakers. Russell is a gifted guard with tremendous upside, and will be given every opportunity to prove himself as the face of the franchise.
As far as veterans go, the Nets have a couple who standout. Jeremy Lin is still capable of being a solid starter at the point guard position. It will be interesting to see if head coach Kenny Atkinson thinks Lin and Russell can play together, so expect to see him get creative with the number of lineups he sends out on the floor. The Nets are a team loaded with young players ready to make an impact. With Russell leading the way, Brooklyn is home to one of the teams of the future.
You can see the Nets take the court at the Barclays Center. The Barclays Center is one of the premier venues in the NBA. A Nets suite will include VIP parking, a personal suite attendant, HDTVs, upscale furnishing and comfortable seating for the game. Fans who purchase a luxury box for a Nets game will also get private entry into the Barclays Center via the VIP Entrance, and exclusive access to the bars and restaurants on the suite level.