18. Jarrett Allen
Jarrett Allen and his Dr.J like afro were an unsung hero for the Brooklyn Nets, at least on a national level.

Allen improved regularly in the three years and change he was a Net, increasing his Recounding prowess to where he became a double-double Center.  Allen never had a PER under 17 in Brooklyn, and had a 19.1 overall for the team.  In 2019-20, his last full season with the Nets, Allen averaged 11.1 Points, 9.6 Rebounds and 1.3 Blocks per Game, and it appeared that he would be a piece of the Nets for many more years, but that would not be the case.

As good as Allen was becoming, the Nets went all on, bringing in James Harden, to complement Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant, and Allen was sacrificed for the deal.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Center
  • Acquired: Selected in the 1st Round, 22nd Overall in the NBA Draft 6/22/17.
  • Departed: Traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers with Taurean Prince as part of a four-team trade.  Brooklyn traded Rodions Kurucs, a 2021 1st Round Pick, a 2022 1st Round Pick, a 2023 1st Round Pick, a 2024 1st Round Pick, a 2025 1st Round Pick, a 2026 1st Round Pick, and a 2027 1st Round Pick to Houston.  Brooklyn traded Caris Levert to the Indiana Pacers.  Cleveland traded a 2024 2nd Round Pick to Brooklyn.  Cleveland traded Dante Exum and a 2022 1st Round Pick to Houston.  Houston traded James Harden to Brooklyn.  Houston traded a 2023 2nd Round Pick to Indiana.  Indiana traded Victor Oladipo to Houston.  1/13/21
  • Games Played: 234
  • Per Game Averages: 24.4 MP
    .616 eFG%
    .698 FT%
    10.1 PTS
    7.9 RB
    1.2 AST
    0.5 STL
    1.4 BLK
  • Advanced Stats: 19.1 PER
    .648 TS%
    4.7 VORP 
    21.5 WS
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