Year End Review: DeMarre Carroll Bounces Back

Offensively, he’s never been a consistent shooter season-to-season and even in the clip above against Sabonis, Carroll barely was able to get past him. His age is beginning to show on both ends, and that doesn’t bode well for his future.

Next year, Brooklyn could trade his expiring deal to a contending team for a decent haul. Or they could run his contract out and hope to retain him at a discount. They could even just sit on their hands and let him walk in free agency.

Either way, he will be one one of the most fascinating cases in free agency the Nets have had in awhile.

2016-2017 Per Game Stats: 

  • 8.9 points
  • 3.8 rebounds
  • 1 assist
  • 40% field goal percent
  • 4.1% three-point percent
  • 76.1% free throw percent

2017-2018 Per Game Stats:

  • 13.5 points
  • 6.6 rebounds 
  • 2 assists
  • 41.4% field goal percent
  • 37.1% three-point percent
  • 76.4% free throw percent

Final Grade: B+