Brooklyn Nets Offseason Tracker: Latest Trade Rumors, Free-Agency News

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Brooklyn Nets Offseason Tracker: Latest Trade Rumors, Free-Agency News
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The Brooklyn Nets already made their big move of the summer during the draft, landing Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce from the Boston Celtics for a platter of picks, contracts and MarShon Brooks, but the offseason is far from over for the Nets.

Once the free-agency moratorium is officially over on July 10 and the new salary cap and luxury tax levels are set, Brooklyn will realize that very few of its roster spots are actually full.

After Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, Brook Lopez, Pierce and Garnett, Brooklyn has Jason Terry, Reggie Evans, Mirza Teletovic, Tyshawn Taylor and draftee Mason Plumlee under contract for the 2014 season.

That's just 10 of a possible 15, and with nothing but the taxpayer mid-level exception ($3.18 million) and vet minimums, that's going to mean a lot of fancy maneuvering for the Nets.

It's possible that another trade could come along—GM Billy King seems to have something up his sleeve every few weeks or so—but trading away more draft picks could prove disastrous.

For now, let's take a look at what is in the works for the Nets, and how they're planning to spend that exception.

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