Why Signing Andray Blatche Will Backfire for Brooklyn Nets

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Why Signing Andray Blatche Will Backfire for Brooklyn Nets
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Andray Blatche is one of the newest potential weapons on the new and improved Brooklyn Nets bench. After signing a one-year deal on September 6, Blatche is working on getting himself into proper shape for this upcoming season.

Blatche, who previously spent seven seasons with the Washington Wizards, was a victim of the amnesty clause this past season.

His best professional season came in 2010-2011, a season in which he averaged 16.8 points and 8.3 rebounds per game.

After regressing last season, however, Blatche comes with many question marks.

There is a chance that Blatche could carve out a niche for himself on the Nets' bench as they begin their tenure in Brooklyn, but there are many signs suggesting that this pairing will backfire for the Nets.

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