The Brooklyn Nets stock rose significantly heading into the All-Star break. Following yet another lopsided defeat to the San Antonio Spurs on February 10, the Nets ripped off two impressive victories over the playoff-bound Indiana Pacers and Denver Nuggets.
A 31-22 record has Brooklyn ranked fourth in the Eastern Conference standings. The first half of the 2012-2013 NBA Season was certainly a success for the Nets, especially with the high expectations that came with moving from New Jersey to the bright lights of New York City.
But there is still room for improvement.
Let’s take a closer look at the roster to see whose stock is rising and whose is falling at the half-way point of the season.