By Mark Wilson @truluvsports on March 15, 2014
The Brooklyn Nets are hoping their NBA season will end with a parade through the streets of Brooklyn. This year has been full of ups and down, wins and defeats, but through it all, they have become a team. Too bad all things must come to an end.
Here are five free agents the Nets should target.
The Nets cannot afford to let Andray Blatche go. He is a valuable player who should win the Sixth Man award this year.
Danny Granger is the type of young veteran and great shooter the Nets need.
The Nets need a young shooting guard, and Gordon Hayward has the ability to stretch the floor.
Carmelo Anthony wants to stay in New York, but who says it has to be with the New York Knicks?
A frontcourt with Kevin Love and Brook Lopez would be a dangerous scene for many opposing teams.
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