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This might be one of the most "WELP" moments in NBA history. According to Zach Lowe of Grantland, the Brooklyn Nets made a trade during the 2003 NBA Draft that they surely are regretting right now.

They were able to get a steal in Kyle Korver during the second round, but decided to trade him to the Philadelphia 76ers ... for basically a copy machine.

Here's the details, via Lowe:

With none of their preferred choices on the board, the Nets brass selected Creighton forward Kyle Korver with the 51st pick — and immediately sold his draft rights to the Sixers for $125,000. That covered summer league. With the leftover cash, the Nets bought a new copy machine.


I'm sure the Nets are regretting that right. They definitely could use Korver on their roster, who's one of the top 3-point shooters in the league.


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