With a lot of new additions, what will the Brooklyn Nets frontcourt rotation look like in 2018-19
The Brooklyn Nets have been very active this offseason, especially when it comes to their frontcourt.
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When looking at Brooklyn’s new-looking frontcourt, some may think how will Nets head coach Kenny Atkinson shake up the lineup and who will be on the court at the same time. With that said, let’s dive into Brooklyn’s front-court and sort out the rotation.
Last season, the Brooklyn Nets commonly ran a small-ball or pace-and-space offense.
The Nets had a handful of strong shooters throughout their roster due to their weak frontcourt. Their strong shooters were present at the 1, 2, 3 and 4 positions. Jarrett Allen played a good majority of the season at the 5 due to Timofey Mozgov‘s conditioning problems.
Allen does not have a shooting game in his offensive arsenal and thrives as a traditional big man.
Brooklyn played really well in a small-ball offense,but will Brooklyn be running this style of offense next season? As of now, the answer is most likely yes, but not as much as last season.
Brooklyn has a lot more frontcourt options on their roster entering the 2018-19 season. The only loss so far for Brooklyn’s frontcourt has been Mozgov; who was traded for Dwight Howard just after the moratorium was lifted on July 6.
This led to Brooklyn buying out Howard’s expiring contract.
Let’s break down all of Brooklyn’s frontcourt players and what their expected role will be. Let’s start with the one player the Nets and their fans are very familiar with.