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Buck Williams, who starred for the Nets over eight seasons in the 1980s, is the team’s all-time leader in Win Shares with 62.8 for his career. Among his accomplishments for the franchise’s New Jersey incarnation, “Ajax” was thrice named to the All Star team.

NETS ALL-TIME TOP FIVE

Buck Williams leads Brooklyn Nets all-time top five by Win Shares

After Williams, the next biggest contributors to the Nets by Win Shares are guard Jason Kidd (56.6), forward Julius Erving (51.8), forward Richard Jefferson (50.6), and center Brook Lopez (49.6).

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The second team of Nets legends is led by Kerry Kittles (44.6) who set a then NBA rookie record in 1996–97 with 158 three-pointers. He is joined by Vince Carter (43.6), Derrick Coleman (35.9), Billy Paultz (35.5) and Mike Gminski (34.4).

The following stats of the Nets’ all-time top five players reflect only those numbers accrued during their time with the franchise…

UPDATED September 17, 2019

BUCK WILLIAMS: 1981-89

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Win Shares
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All-Star Games

Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .130

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JASON KIDD: 2001-08

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All-Star Games

Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .145

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JULIUS ERVING: 1973-76

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All-Star Games

Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .247

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RICHARD JEFFERSON: 2001-08

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Win Shares
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All-Star Games

Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .139

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BROOK LOPEZ: 2008-17

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Win Shares
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All-Star Games

Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .131