The Nets fell the furthest of any team last season despite no major moves or changes in their front office, falling 14 spots from 15th to 29th, making the ranking a bit of a retroactive choice. The Nets are stuck without control of any of their own draft picks until 2019 except for this year’s second-round pick, which they only got back in return for letting Jason Kidd go to Milwaukee. Three of those first-round picks went to the Boston Celtics in exchange for Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, and Jason Terry, none of whom are still with the Nets.
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The Nets ranked ahead of only their cross-borough rival New York Knicks, who earned a paltry 2.37 rating.