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As of the —19 season [update] , the Finals remain the Nets' most recent Finals appearance and is their last in New Jersey. The franchise moved to Brooklyn , New York prior to the —13 season. The Nets have also not made the Conference Finals since , having lost five times in the Semifinals, with the last being in Jason Kidd remained with the Nets until he was traded in February to the team he was originally drafted to, the Dallas Mavericks.
Kenyon Martin was sent to the Denver Nuggets after the —04 season, while Richard Jefferson eventually joined the Spurs in the —10 season , after a brief one-year stint with the Milwaukee Bucks. He later won a championship with the Cleveland Cavaliers in Despite the departures of Robinson, Jackson and Kerr, the Spurs still managed to win 57 games, aided by Tim Duncan's strong play. However, they were ousted in six games by the Los Angeles Lakers , highlighted by Derek Fisher 's game winner with 0.
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