Brooklyn Nets: 10 best Nets from 4th NBA decade (2006-16)
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By Phil Watson

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The Brooklyn Nets experienced a lot of change in their 4th NBA decade, moving from New Jersey to Brooklyn in the process. Who were their 10 best in the span?

For a franchise that survived the wild ride that was the American Basketball Association in the 1960s and 1970s, the Brooklyn Nets might have experienced their most turbulent period during their fourth decade in the NBA, from 2006-16.

It was a time of three home arenas, including a two-year waterfront rental in Newark, N.J. for their last seasons as the New Jersey Nets from 2010-12, after playing 29 years at the East Rutherford arena known at various times as Brendan Byrne Arena, Continental Airlines Arena and the Izod...



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