The Brooklyn Nets have been talking up a good game – recent claims that they were better than the Knicks have already been backed up by confident predictions of a championship, in year one of the revamped roster. The organization has been sparing no cost in promoting, and marketing, but meshing and coexisting on the court – despite having talented players – are two different matters entirely (ask the Knicks about that).
“Obviously our main goal is no question the NBA championship. I think it is realistic for us,” Lopez told the Philipine Star during his NBA goodwill tour of the Philippines. “We’re already a good playoff team so with the addition of other pieces, we can target the ring.”