4 win-now trade targets if Sean Marks goes all in

Which role players around the league could fit in with the Nets?

Nov 9, 2022; Brooklyn, New York, USA; Brooklyn Nets general manager Sean Marks speaks during a press
Nov 9, 2022; Brooklyn, New York, USA; Brooklyn Nets general manager Sean Marks speaks during a press / Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports
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1. Bojan Bogdanovic

The reunion to end all reunions.

Re-acquiring Bojan Bogdanovic would be a move that Nets fans would unanimously love, and if the Nets do end up trading one of Royce O'Neale or Dorian Finney-Smith somewhere else, this would be a home run move to follow up with.

Yes, you would be trading away defense for offense, but Bogdanovic is a 20-point-per-game scorer that won't cost you as much as others, which I would gladly take.

When talking about Corey Kispert, I mentioned how he's a 6'7" volume shooter, which would be a welcome addition to the Nets. Bogdanovic averages nearly DOUBLE the attempts per game compared to Kispert (9.0 compared to 5.2) while still shooting 38.9% from deep.

We already know he's comfortable in Brooklyn, so acquiring Bogdanovic would be like putting on slippers in the morning.

This is a scenario where the Nets might have to attach something like Spencer Dinwiddie's expiring salary to make the money work, but it would be worth it. Bogdanovic also has another year in his contract partially guaranteed beyond this year.

This move is an absolute must-make if you're Sean Marks and the Brooklyn Nets, and this move (along with the others on this list) could create a more competitive first-round matchup or even push them into the second round.

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