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Published July 1, 2013
YEAR TWO DRAW: In N.Y., Harvey Araton wrote the Nets "needed more star power" in order to build on Barclays Center's "first-year drawing power." With the acquisition of Fs Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce from the "deconstructing Celtics, the Nets became the talk, if not the toast, of Planet NBA." Along with "stealing the Knicks' thunder," the Nets "corralled two mainstays of the Knicks' most compelling rival" (N.Y. TIMES, 6/29).