Brooklyn Nets: 3 Goals for the Upcoming 2018-19 Season

The Brooklyn Nets made some strides with a young roster last season. Although they only finished with a record of 28-54, they were able to get some solid production out of a number of players. They are a team that is built on sharing the wealth, and that mindset is one that is conducive to player development.

Brooklyn had the third-most passes made per game last year, per Second Spectrum’s NBA Tracking Data. That led to them being tied for eighth in assists, per NBA.com. As a result of that ball movement, the Nets had seven regular rotation players with over 10.0 points per night. They have a good head coach in Kenny Atkinson, who is a huge proponent of pushing tempo and is not opposed to Brooklyn embracing the analytics game.

They ranked sixth in the league in pace, and second in both three-point makes and attempts. The Nets have given their players the ultimate green light to hoist from deep, and look for that to be the case for the foreseeable future. Quite frankly, they live or die by the three, just like a number of other teams in the Association do now.

There is still another side of the basketball court, though, and they need to be much better at that if they’re going to become relevant in the East in the near future.

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