28 Sep 2020 11:50 AM +00:00

NBA Live 19: Brooklyn Nets Player Ratings and Roster

The Brooklyn Nets will head into the season expecting to improve on their 28-win 2017/18 season, and could be a surprisingly fun team to play with on NBA Live 19. Below, we’ve listed the details of all their starters as well as the rest of their roster, plus their playbooks.

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D’Angelo Russell, PG, 83

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Age: 22  

Position: PG

Height: 6’5’’

Playstyle: Slasher


Best stats: 89 Driving Layup, 86 Court Vision, 86 Passing

Russell’s first season at Brooklyn yielded mixed results for the former number 2 draft pick. Dealing with various ailments throughout the season, he managed just 48 games in which he showed much the same level of play as he had in the previous season at Los Angeles. He averaged a respectable 15.5 points and 5.2 rebounds, though he will be looking to improve on his defense and efficiency in 2018/19.

Allen Crabbe, SG, 79

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Age: 26


Position: SG

Height: 6'6"

Playstyle: Backcourt Shooter

Best Stats: 86 3-point Shot, 86 Stamina, 85 Free Throw

Crabbe's first season in Brooklyn yielded a career-high 13.2 points per game, which unsurprisingly came about largely from his 3-point shooting. Though his percentage dipped slightly, Crabbe still hit 37.8% of long range shots in 2017/18. Though he is a valuable floor spacer, the Nets will be looking for a little more production from him as their starting shooting guard this season.

DeMarre Carroll, SF, 76

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Age: 32


Position: SF

Height: 6’8’’

Playstyle: Wing Shooter

Best stats: 87 Stamina, 86 Vertical, 83 Speed

Veteran DeMarre Carroll became an integral member of Brooklyn’s starting five in his first season at the Nets, putting up 13.5 points, 6.6 rebounds and 2.0 assists per night. Adding invaluable experience to a young Brooklyn lineup, Carroll will once again have an important role to play this season in leading this young team out of the doldrums of the Eastern Conference.

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, PF, 81

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Age: 23


Position: SG

Height: 6’7’’

Playstyle: Rim Protector

Best stats: 88 Post Defense, 86 Vertical, 86 Dunk

Hollis-Jefferson has been a capable defender since he entered the league in 2016, but last year he showed significant development at the other end of the floor too. His 13.9 points per game were comfortably a career high, as were his 6.8 rebounds and 2.5 assists, and though he is still a poor long-range shooter, his mid-range game did show some signs of improvement.

Jarrett Allen, C, 78

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Age: 20


Position: C

Height: 6’10’’

Playstyle: Rim Protector

Best stats: 85 Stamina, 85 Inside Shot, 84 Shot Block

Allen was a late first round draft pick for the Nets at the 2017 draft, but showed plenty of signs that he was a steal at number 22 with an impressive rookie season. His raw numbers of 8.2 points, 5.4 rebounds and 1.0 blocks per game don't jump off the page, but he played just 20 minutes a game and showed excellent instincts at the defensive end of the floor. Expect him to take further steps forward in 2018/19.

NBA Live 19 Brooklyn Nets Roster

Name OVR Height Position Playstyle Best Stats
Spencer Dinwiddie816'6"PGBackcourt Shooter88 Passing, 85 Court Vision
Caris LeVert786'7"SGSlasher85 Stamina, 85 Speed
Ed Davis786'10"PFRim Protector86 Post Defense, 82 Rebounding
Kenneth Faried786'8"PFRim Protector85 Inside Shot, 84 Strength
Shabazz Napier776'1"PGBackcourt Shooter84 Mid-Range Shot, 83 Speed
Joe Harris756'6"SGWing Shooter84 3-point Shot, 83 Mid-Range Shot
Rodions Kurucs736'9"SFWing Shooter85 Mid-Range Shot, 85 Stamina
Dzanan Musa736'9"SFWing Scorer85 Stamina, 82 Inside Shot
Jared Dudley736'7"SFWing Shooter84 Mid-Range Shot, 84 3-point Shot
Treveon Graham696'6"SGSlasher85 Stamina, 78 3-point Shot
Alan Williams686'8"PFPost Anchor80 Inside Shot, 75 Rebounding


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To maximize the abilities of your Brooklyn players, it's a good idea to familiarize yourself with their playbook so that you can run more detailed plays. Check out the full playbook below.

Play Name Play Type
PG Horns SlotPick and Roll
PG Zip Al AnglePick and Roll
PG Al SpreadPick and Roll
PG Push PnRPick and Roll
PG DragPick and Roll
PG 14 Low HighPick and Roll
PG 41 Weak AnglePick and Roll
PG 41 High AnglePick and Roll
PG 41 Quick HighPick and Roll
PG 41 Weak UpPick and Roll
PG 41 LiftedPick and Roll
SG Al AnglePick and Roll
SG Al Fist RamPick and Roll
SG High PIstol AnglePick and Roll
SF 41 Pin AnglePick and Roll
SF 41 Strong Reverse GetPick and Roll
SF 41 Strong Reverse AnglePick and Roll
PF 41 Pitch SpreadPick and Roll
PF 41 Weak High Pick and Roll
PG 41 Weak Reverse Back PinScreen
PG 41 Strong Reverse PinScreen
SG UCLA StaggerScreen
SG Pistol Double LevelScreen
SG Post DoubleScreen
SG 41 Weak Reverse PinScreen
SG Elbow QuickScreen
SG 41 High StaggerScreen
SG 41 Weak StaggerScreen
SG 41 Strong Reverse Back DownScreen
SF 41 Strong PinScreen
SF 41 PinScreen
SF 41 High AwayScreen
PF Iverson 4Screen
PF 41 High DownScreen
C 41 Strong Reverse DownScreen
C 41 DownScreen
PG 41 Strong Reverse SlicePostup
SG 41 Duck InPostup
SG 41 Strong Reverse FlexPostup
SF 41 Low Quick PostPostup
PF Double PostPostup
PF 41 Strong UpPostup
C 54 BrushPostup
C 41 Quick PostPostup
C 41 Weak Quick Wing EntryPostup
C 41 Quick EntryPostup
C 41 Strong Reverse Wing EntryPostup
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