The New Jersey Nets sit near the bottom of the NBA’s Eastern Conference with a record of 16-35 and only winning a pathetic six games at home.
Johnson has only one year left on his contract at approximately four million.
His team ranks in the bottom third in every major offensive and defensive category, and record is the fourth-worst in the entire NBA.
All signs point to the Brooklyn Nets to be without a superstar player but could they look at former New York Knicks coach Mike D’Antoni?
While his “style” of basketball has been questioned it remains fun to watch and if they Nets want to make a profit they are going to need something.
D’Antoni can be successful if the organization buys into the players that he needs to run this style of offense.
Without Howard and Williams next season, what do the Nets have to lose for the first few years?