The Brooklyn Nets will obviously look a lot different next season as compared with the New Jersey Nets from last season. Another member of the 2011-12 New Jersey Nets has found a new home as Damion James signed a guaranteed 1-year contract with the Atlanta Hawks.
James is the latest member of the New Jersey Nets who will be an Atlanta Hawk next season. He joins Anthony Morrow, Johan Petro, Jordan Williams, and Deshawn Stevenson in the ATL. I am looking forward to watching Nets-Hawks games next season because, even those players were very bad, most of them were very lovable, if not comical at times, and they remind me of the good (despite losing) times from last season.
James had an unmemorable career with the Nets. In two seasons, Damion only played in 32 games because of an insane amount of injuries. Despite starting on opening night last season, he only played in a total of 7 games for the Nets in 2011-12. In his two seasons with the Nets, James averaged 4.5 ppg and 3.7 rpg while starting a handful of games at small forward. From all of us here at From Russia With Dunk, we wish Damion the best in Atlanta.