NBA Podcast: Brooklyn Nets 2012-13 Complete Season Preview

Joel C. Cordes@@bballJoelNBA Associate EditorSeptember 11, 2012

Deron Williams finally has some options to pass to...
Deron Williams finally has some options to pass to...Chris Chambers/Getty Images

Few teams made more sweeping offseason changes than the Brooklyn Nets. Few teams have as much upside or as many question marks.

In this episode of "Basketball by Association," NBA assistant editors Ethan Norof and Joel C. Cordes break down all the key roster losses and additions, discuss the biggest storylines to watch and set realistic expectations for the Nets.

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Joe Johnson's arrival ensures an All-Star backcourt with Deron Williams. By teaming up, can these two reverse a few seasons of decline?

Brooklyn's frontcourt of Gerald Wallace, Brook Lopez and Kris Humphries can do a little bit of everything, but can they be one of the league's elite?

Behind the very solid starting five is a deep bench that features Mirza Teletovic, MarShon Brooks, C.J. Watson, Andray Blatche and others. How long will it take for this unit, and the roster in general, to gel?

This team is definitely playoff material, but are they legit contenders?

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