With Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving leading the squad, I guess its safe to say that the Brooklyn Nets have enough to make an impact in the Eastern Conference for the next couple of years.
Still, the importance of the 'others' is crucial for Steve Nash's team, who has proven to have one of the deepest rosters in the entire association.
One of those key players is Jarrett Allen, a third-year player who has been in Brooklyn from the D'Angelo Russell's times' to the new era.
Chris Haynes from Yahoo Sports reported Allen did not agree an extension with Brooklyn and is expected to become a restricted free agent after this upcoming season.
Brooklyn Nets and center Jarrett Allen will not agree to a contract extension and he will be a restricted free agent at the end of the season, league sources tell Yahoo Sports.— Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) December 21, 2020
Brooklyn’s first-round pick from the 2017 NBA Draft is a versatile player, being able to protect the paint and at the same time delivering on the offensive end thanks to his athleticism.
Allen has made the playoffs in two of his first three seasons in the league, averaging 10.7 points and 10.3 rebounds in the nine games he's played in the postseason.