Nets Turn to ‘Plan B’ After Losing Out on Crabbe, Johnson

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Nets general manager Sean Marks admitted losing out on his top two summer targets — restricted free agents Allen Crabbe and Tyler Johnson — was frustrating.

“Yeah it’s definitely disappointing not to have those two guys,’’ said Marks. “But at the same time, we’re excited that those guys chose the Nets to sign offer sheets with. That says a lot about [coach Kenny Atkinson] and his staff and the vision set forth. We’ll go back at it again. There’s certainly a Plan B, and that’s in progress right now, which we’re excited about.”

Source: Brian Lewis of the New York Post

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