Believe it or not, it's possible to fix the Brooklyn Nets.
I know, I know. It doesn't seem like such a thing can be done now that everything is falling apart in the Barclays Center. While a beautiful arena surrounds the team, the chemistry has dissolved into nothingness, Jason Kidd has lost the team (if he ever had it in the first place), Brook Lopez has broke his foot again, Kevin Garnett has turned into a corpse and the losses are piling up.
It's ugly. Uglier than the socks Jason Terry wore during the Christmas Day shellacking the Nets experienced at the hands of the Chicago Bulls.
But it can be fixed through a series of trades if—and that's a big "if"—the Nets are willing to blow things up.
The current team isn't going to be a competitive squad. Not now, and certainly not in the future when the veteran players continue declining without an influx of talent either through free agency or the draft.
As B/R's Dan Favale wrote, "Their vision was impaired by dollar signs and flashy names, ultimately leaving their present and future outlook muddled by limitations and losing, with no safe haven or sanctuary in sight."
However, that future outlook can be turned around.
It is possible, I promise. But before you proceed, be warned that big moves are necessary. They require you to do more than think about the names that you see on your screen.