STATE OF THE FRANCHISE
Among the most notable changes in the NBA this season will be the absence of a basketball franchise in New Jersey. The Nets have finally made their move to Brooklyn, ushering in an inspired new fan base and several additional moving parts that may place them in a position to not only improve upon last season's dismal 22-44 record, but contend for the Atlantic Division title for the first time since the Jason Kidd era.
Stalwarts Brook Lopez and Deron Williams remain, as does a much improved Kris Humphries and second-year phenom MarShon Brooks. That's where the similarities between the New Jersey iteration and Brooklyn end, however. GM Billy King and owner Mikhail Prokhorov emptied their pockets this offseason and spent wisely, adding integral role players like C.J. Watson, Josh Childress, and Andray Blatche to complement their big haul - and one of the consolation prizes in the Dwigh
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