Earlier in October, I wrote an article about Zach LaVine potentially getting traded to the Brooklyn Nets and how he can make an impact and propel the team. Now, let's look at three other NBA players who make more sense for the Nets at this point and for the franchise's future.
3. Buddy Hield
One player who can make the Nets better is Buddy Hield. Hield this season is averaging, 13.4 points, 3.3 rebounds, 2.7 assists, and 0.9 steals. He also shoots the ball exceptionally well from the field (44.6%) and three-point (38.5%). The Nets currently are 20th in the league in field goal percentage.
Hield would make the Nets significantly better offensively, as it never hurts to add another shooter. This is the best season of his career in terms of +/- as he is a +46.