Nets Front Office Ranks 29th Out Of 30 Teams In ESPN Rankings

Billy King

Billy King
Nets GM Billy King (AP)
The Brooklyn Nets have the second-worst front office in the NBA, according to a recent poll of ESPN’s Forecast panel.

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.

ESPN — NBA Front Office Rankings 2015