One sleeper in Brooklyn

It's still very early in the season, but as Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPNNewYork.com pointed out earlier this week, it's getting late early for the Brooklyn Nets. The Nets roster of all-stars and future Hall of Famers looks worn down, slow and old, and at 3-8 they need things to turn around fast.

Of all the offseason moves the Nets made -- from acquiring Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce, to signing Andrei Kirilenko, to naming Jason Kidd as head coach -- the best one may have come on draft day when they snagged Mason Plumlee with the No. 22 pick.