Overlooked because of the dominance of Michael Jordan, John Stockton, and David Robinson, below are five of the best players who suited up for the Brooklyn Nets during the 90s.
Before being known as the Brooklyn Nets, the Nets found a home in Long Island and New Jersey, and quality talent has seemed to follow them throughout their moves. Whether it was Julius Erving in the mid-1970s, or the three-headed monster of Jason Kidd, Vince Carter, and Richard Jefferson, the franchise has, for the most part, been able to compete with the rest of the league talent-wise.
The 90s were no exception, and when numerous players were leaving their mark on the association, the then-New Jersey Nets had multiple players who stood out and competed with those guys night in and night out.
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