Brooklyn Nets Roster Preview: The Wing Rotation

The Brooklyn Nets will have an interesting mix of players on the wing to start next season. The roster overall is skewed toward younger players this year, and the wing rotation is no exception. However, the group includes both seasoned veterans and young building blocks for the future.

Brooklyn’s rotation on the perimeter will in all likelihood vary drastically throughout the season. Some of the Nets’ wing pieces are good bets to get major playing time, while others are likely to fall out of the rotation. Here is a look at the five wing players who are likely to get some playing time this year.

Caris LeVert

After an impressive rookie season, Caris LeVert is nearly a lock to receive the lion’s share of the minutes on the wing. Despite being mostly a combo guard in college, LeVert played 83 percent of his minutes at small forward last season, per Basketball-Reference.