Brooklyn Nets Free Agency, Like Rebuild, Hinges On Patience

However, like the summer, free agency is excruciatingly hot and long, and should not be limited to what goes on in the first few days. Sure, it’ll cool down sooner or later, but even last year, Brooklyn’s max offer sheets for Allen Crabbe and Tyler Johnson did not come until July.

Until the Nets finally hit the headlines in some shape or form for a player signing, though, there’s only one thing to do: wait on it. Something is bound to happen eventually, and most of the work at the moment is simply lost from view.