Found August 26, 2012 on
It has been a long, fast-paced off-season for the Brooklyn Nets with many additions as well as subtractions. With nearly a complete roster overhaul, except for five players, the Nets look to be contenders this upcoming season.
However, there is still one piece of the puzzle left to find in the free agent pool.
The Nets desperately need help both offensively and defensively off the bench at the big man position. Luckily enough there are a few savvy veterans that could find themselves suiting up for the Brooklyn squad.
But which one is the best fit for one or two seasons?
Nets 101 will rank the top available big men that the Nets should sign to help their quest for an NBA title.
4. Kenyon Martin
Defense wins championships and even though Martin will get his share of blocked shots he cannot shut down another opposing big man. The former Net is known for his athletic play off-ball including blocks, screens and finishing off a few ally-oop slams.
But Martin is on the wrong side of 30 an...
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