Trevor Booker said his top goal during the offseason is to be more "consistent and confident" shooting the 3-point shot.
"I think if I can get that down, a lot more will open up; it’ll make it easier to drive to the hole and then I can show off my passing ability," Booker said. Another thing I want to work on is my defense. Even though I’ve been told that I’ve been pretty good on the defensive end, I feel like I can take another step forward." The 29-year-old forward was a nice surprise in 2016-17 and averaged career-highs in points (10.0), rebounds (8.0), assists (1.9) and steals (1.1) while shooting 51.6 percent from the field. The Nets have two first-round picks in the draft and plenty of cap space, so Booker's competition for playing time will likely be tougher as he enters the final year of his deal.