The . Now for most teams — the Nets included — it’s on to . And to the offseason.
In a league that values 3-and-D wings, the Nets haven’t quite cornered the market, but they certainly head into the summer with a surplus.
It’s a good glut to have, but the Nets are almost certain to move at least one of their wings.
Dorian Finney-Smith is well aware he could be that one.
The veteran forward arrived in Brooklyn along with Spencer Dinwiddie in February in .
The Post reported the Nets rejected an offer of two first-round draft picks to flip Finney-Smith before the trade deadline.
Now, this offseason come with the caveat that he might be gone before training camp.