All-Time Nets All-Star Team: Power Forwards

Larry? K-Mart? Buck? Armen? DC? Who you got? (Mike King)
Larry, DC, K-Mart, Buck, and Armen Hammer. (Mike King)

This All-Star break we’re looking back to ask you the question:

Who’s your All-Time Nets All-Star Team?

So here’s how we’re going to do it: we chose the five best prime years (in our estimation) at each position in Nets history. We’ve pitted them against each other, and want you to vote on who YOU think is the best choice for an All-Time Nets All-Star Team.

Along with a comprehensive breakdown of their stats and team success, our crack team at The Brooklyn Game has assembled the case for each player at each position. Though some look easy on the outset, we’re talking the one best year for these guys, not their careers. So you’ll have to think about how good they were when they were at their absolute best.

The winners will be announced on Wednesday, along with the reserves.

Today is power forward day!

Last Cuts: Nenad Krstic, 2005-2006; Kris Humphries, 2011-2012. Neither of these guys were particularly great, though Krstic gets the unfortunate distinction at power forward for playing next to Collins in this year. Had he been a center, he probably would’ve snuck onto that list. Humphries was productive in the team’s last year in New Jersey, averaging a solid double-double by snagging rebounds at the same rate he stole headlines for marrying Kim Kardashian.

You can still vote in the earlier editions, too:

Start here: Derrick Coleman