The Brooklyn Nets regular season resumes on Friday, but before that, let’s take a look at what they’ve done so far. It’s report card time folks.

By Chip Murphy

The Brooklyn Nets have no identity.

And it all begins at the top with a clueless owner who is yet to decide on a general manager or an interim coach.

If owner Mikhail Prokhorov would just admit his failures and realize his team needs to start over, they may have a chance with the right people in place.

Instead, the fans have been forced to watch another wasted season with meaningless numbers from supposed impact players like Brook Lopez and Thaddeus Young.

The Nets (14-40) are ranked in the bottom five of the NBA in nearly every important team category and only have the Philadelphia 76ers to look down to in the Eastern Conference.

The expectations for this season were low to begin with and the firing of head coach Lionel Hollins and general manager Billy King were necessary moves that won’t mean anything unless they are replaced with superior candidates, which is unlikely given recent history.

This is a look at how the Brooklyn Nets’ roster and personnel performed before the All-Star break.


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