3 Areas The Nets Must Improve After The All-Star Break

The Brooklyn Nets are sitting 7th in the Eastern Conference and will need to make a serious move if the playoffs are their goal this year. With news that Kyrie Irving is out indefinitely with a shoulder injury, the Nets will need to channel their mojo from last year, block out the outside noise, and just play basketball. But can this team do that?

Will they be able to fight through the struggles they have faced this year and come out better for it? Armed with a strong backcourt in Spencer Dinwiddie and Caris LeVert, they have a legit shot. However, the Nets are still haunted by things that are and may continue to hold them back from achieving their ultimate goal.

Here are 3 areas the Brooklyn Nets must improve on after the All-Star break.

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