While the Hawks unloaded Johnson for a bag of money the Nets will gladly pay that money as he is a much better fit for their organization, as the old saying goes one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Johnson will join a team that while not winning has a team full of promising pieces that could potentially be good at some point in the near future. They’ve managed to resign Gerald Wallace, still have Marshon Brooks and Kris Humphries in the fold, and are in a good position to keep Brook Lopez to manage the middle. If they could keep the entire team in tact and somehow find a way to keep all-world PG Deron Williams in town then the team will be more than formidable and could even be considered a threat for the Eastern Conference finals. What people fail to realize about Joe Johnson is that he is the perfect secondary superstar, his game probably fits this role better than any other player in the league. He’s a quiet killer who doesn’t demand the ball, but is more than capable of getting his own shot at anytime. He doesn’t have the personality to be your team’s leader but has the game to give support to the person who takes the role. If you could pair him with a superstar like Williams and then surround them with talent (which the Nets have) they will be a hard team to deal with. Think about this starting five, Deron Williams (superstar), Joe Johnson (all-star), Gerald Wallace (former all-star), Kris Humphries (double-double machine), and Brook Lopez (a legit 7-footer). Add in Marshon Brooks a legit scoring threat off the bench and you have a good team, made up of pieces that seem to go together very well. Not to mention that Jason Kidd is rumored to be a package deal with Deron Williams, his leadership would be a welcomed commodity to a team with no winning experience. Could be a fun season in Brooklyn.