Of course, it's possible that reports of front office personnel of the team with the league's worst record - currently a full two games behind the next-worst team (the Miami Heat - yes, you read that right) - meeting at a local Starbucks to discuss trade assets are wrong, and they were just there for the coffee.
@BrooklynNets maybe #starbucks isn't the best place to discuss #trade and team assets?! #basketball #insiderintel #Nets #BrooklynGrit pic.twitter.com/BtYBari9Lt— Erika Clark (@Erika_A_Clark) January 12, 2017
Or, maybe not. It's hard to say what exactly this team's management is up to, precisely, but unless this is sneaky-smart marketing to build up trade buzz for a team that has very, very few actual assets (is a folder really necessary? With a spiral binder too? Would not a single sheet of paper be a better use of what the team actually has for assets?), I have to wonder whether reports of astute additions to the team's management team may have been a little premature.
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