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The New Jersey Nets postseason history in the NBA is a short story. After coming off great successes in the ABA, the team struggled to find its way in the NBA and rarely had playoff tickets for the postseason at all. The years the team did manage to make the playoffs they exited early, only making it out of the first round once in 1984. That all changed when Rod Thorn took over as the team president in 2000. His first major move was to draft Kenyon Martin in the 2000 draft. The next season he shrewdly acquired Richard Jefferson and Jason Collins in the draft for Eddie Griffin. His defining move was to trade the troubled Stephon Marbury to the Suns for Jason Kidd.

Kidd immediately took the young athletic club and put Jefferson and Martin’s strong legs to work, throwing long passes on the fast break and ally oops all season long. The Nets were not just a fun team to watch, they were also a winning team to watch. The franchise went through the regular season schedule and finished first in the Atlantic Division with a 52-30 record and Nets playoff tickets for their first real shot to run the table since the ABA days. New Jersey went to the Finals that season and the next. They lost both series, but provided great entertainment and great hope for Nets fans at the Izod Center.

The New Jersey Nets NBA team has had its share of ups and downs. But the good thing about being near the bottom is the only way to go is up. The 2001 addition of Jason Kidd hoped to improve the bench and boost New Jersey Nets ticket sales, the new addition of Devin Harris shows real promise to the once struggling team. Hopefully this will be the year that all of those New Jersey Nets ticket holders have been waiting for. A ride to the top.

The Nets unloaded Kidd last season for their point guard of the future in Devin Harris and began their rebuilding process. Nets tickets for this change in leadership should not be as bad as other franchises have endured, considering the talent the team has to play with. Vince Carter is still a dunking machine with a good jump shot when he is healthy and Bobby Simmons and Yi Jianlian are promising players from Milwaukee who have shown great potential and may just need a place to start over.

This season the team will look remarkably different from those contending teams. The New Jersey Nets have rebuilt the roster, banking on the young talent of Devin Harris to replace Kidd at point guard. Harris will have Bobby Simmons, a player returning from injury after showing great promise a few seasons ago, and Yi Jianlian, another potential Chinese star, at his disposal. Vince Carter is the lone star left on the team. This club has the potential to bring Nets playoff tickets at the end of the season, especially in the weak Eastern Conference. The talent is there, the question is can that ability shine through?

How far New Jersey Nets tickets will go is a mystery. This is a team that has great potential and the Eastern Conference may be weak enough to foster their development. The development of Sean Williams is almost as important as the development of Harris, Simmons, and Jianlian. It may be his ability in the post that could make the postseason a reality. He is an athletic player who had a bad rap as a “troubled” player and is working to prove himself in the league. He may be the final piece to a young upstart ready to make a surprise run at playoff tickets for the fans.

The new addition to the New Jersey Nets, Devin Harris, began the teams much needed building process. New Jersey Nets tickets may become much desired if the team can live up to the potential of its strongest players, Rafer Alston, Bobby Simmons and Yi Jianlian. These guys are showing fierce teamwork and the desire to win. They may be the key to the rise of the Nets. How far the New Jersey Nets take the ball is dependent on their willingness to work together. This may be the year that New Jersey Nets tickets are high in demand.

The 2010/2011 season will have the Nets ticket holders in a new arena in Brooklyn, NY. They are giving up their location at the Izod Center for a run at glory in the Barclay's Center. New Jersey Nets ticket holders are hoping this will be the much needed boost that this team needs to succeed.

This season Deron Williams has been adding primary scoring threat to his responsibilities, which already include running the offense. It is not as if he has never been the leading scoring option before. He was in Utah, but somehow this feels different. His shooting percentages are way down as few other scorers have stepped up. The result is the current position of last in the Atlantic Division. Luckily, the Eastern Conference is quite top heavy, meaning the NJ Nets actually have a chance to salvage the season.

With the addition of Gerald Wallace and the eventual return of Brook Lopez, the Nets can put a decent starting five on the court. Williams will be the primary ball handler, MarShon Brooks will continue making big strides on the wing, Wallace adds toughness to a team whose defense is in desperate need of it, Kris Humphries is a double-double machine, and Lopez is one of the best scoring centers in the league. This is far from a championship roster, but it could be a collection of playoff talent if the basketball team can put together a winning streak to erase the woes of February.

The shortened NBA season schedule is in its last trimester, so the New Jersey Nets best get moving with Sheldon Williams in Lopez’s place if they would like to play the Bulls or Heat in the 2012 postseason. If this team does not reach the playoffs the bigger concern will be the shape of roster headlining into a full 2012-2013 NBA season.

Wallace has been added to put together a deal to trade for Dwight Howard. However, it is unlikely Howard would allow such a trade if he were not playing beside Williams. Williams has been rumored to be interested in joining the Mavs. Williams has publically stated he will not base his decision to stay on these last two months of basketball. So, how do the Nets convince him to stay? Is the addition of Howard enough? Only time will tell.

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The New Jersey Nets postseason history in the NBA is a short story. After coming off great successes in the ABA, the team struggled to find its way in the NBA and rarely had playoff tickets for the postseason at all. The years the team did manage to make the playoffs they exited early, only making it out of the first round once in 1984. That all changed when Rod Thorn took over as the team president in 2000. His first major move was to draft Kenyon Martin in the 2000 draft. The next season he shrewdly acquired Richard Jefferson and Jason Collins in the draft for Eddie Griffin. His defining move was to trade the troubled Stephon Marbury to the Suns for Jason Kidd.

Kidd immediately took the young athletic club and put Jefferson and Martin’s strong legs to work, throwing long passes on the fast break and ally oops all season long. The Nets were not just a fun team to watch, they were also a winning team to watch. The franchise went through the regular season schedule and finished first in the Atlantic Division with a 52-30 record and Nets playoff tickets for their first real shot to run the table since the ABA days. New Jersey went to the Finals that season and the next. They lost both series, but provided great entertainment and great hope for Nets fans at the Izod Center.

The New Jersey Nets NBA team has had its share of ups and downs. But the good thing about being near the bottom is the only way to go is up. The 2001 addition of Jason Kidd hoped to improve the bench and boost New Jersey Nets ticket sales, the new addition of Devin Harris shows real promise to the once struggling team. Hopefully this will be the year that all of those New Jersey Nets ticket holders have been waiting for. A ride to the top.

The Nets unloaded Kidd last season for their point guard of the future in Devin Harris and began their rebuilding process. Nets tickets for this change in leadership should not be as bad as other franchises have endured, considering the talent the team has to play with. Vince Carter is still a dunking machine with a good jump shot when he is healthy and Bobby Simmons and Yi Jianlian are promising players from Milwaukee who have shown great potential and may just need a place to start over.

This season the team will look remarkably different from those contending teams. The New Jersey Nets have rebuilt the roster, banking on the young talent of Devin Harris to replace Kidd at point guard. Harris will have Bobby Simmons, a player returning from injury after showing great promise a few seasons ago, and Yi Jianlian, another potential Chinese star, at his disposal. Vince Carter is the lone star left on the team. This club has the potential to bring Nets playoff tickets at the end of the season, especially in the weak Eastern Conference. The talent is there, the question is can that ability shine through?

How far New Jersey Nets tickets will go is a mystery. This is a team that has great potential and the Eastern Conference may be weak enough to foster their development. The development of Sean Williams is almost as important as the development of Harris, Simmons, and Jianlian. It may be his ability in the post that could make the postseason a reality. He is an athletic player who had a bad rap as a “troubled” player and is working to prove himself in the league. He may be the final piece to a young upstart ready to make a surprise run at playoff tickets for the fans.

The new addition to the New Jersey Nets, Devin Harris, began the teams much needed building process. New Jersey Nets tickets may become much desired if the team can live up to the potential of its strongest players, Rafer Alston, Bobby Simmons and Yi Jianlian. These guys are showing fierce teamwork and the desire to win. They may be the key to the rise of the Nets. How far the New Jersey Nets take the ball is dependent on their willingness to work together. This may be the year that New Jersey Nets tickets are high in demand.

The 2010/2011 season will have the Nets ticket holders in a new arena in Brooklyn, NY. They are giving up their location at the Izod Center for a run at glory in the Barclay's Center. New Jersey Nets ticket holders are hoping this will be the much needed boost that this team needs to succeed.

This season Deron Williams has been adding primary scoring threat to his responsibilities, which already include running the offense. It is not as if he has never been the leading scoring option before. He was in Utah, but somehow this feels different. His shooting percentages are way down as few other scorers have stepped up. The result is the current position of last in the Atlantic Division. Luckily, the Eastern Conference is quite top heavy, meaning the NJ Nets actually have a chance to salvage the season.

With the addition of Gerald Wallace and the eventual return of Brook Lopez, the Nets can put a decent starting five on the court. Williams will be the primary ball handler, MarShon Brooks will continue making big strides on the wing, Wallace adds toughness to a team whose defense is in desperate need of it, Kris Humphries is a double-double machine, and Lopez is one of the best scoring centers in the league. This is far from a championship roster, but it could be a collection of playoff talent if the basketball team can put together a winning streak to erase the woes of February.

The shortened NBA season schedule is in its last trimester, so the New Jersey Nets best get moving with Sheldon Williams in Lopez’s place if they would like to play the Bulls or Heat in the 2012 postseason. If this team does not reach the playoffs the bigger concern will be the shape of roster headlining into a full 2012-2013 NBA season.

Wallace has been added to put together a deal to trade for Dwight Howard. However, it is unlikely Howard would allow such a trade if he were not playing beside Williams. Williams has been rumored to be interested in joining the Mavs. Williams has publically stated he will not base his decision to stay on these last two months of basketball. So, how do the Nets convince him to stay? Is the addition of Howard enough? Only time will tell.

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