With the NBA Finals over and done with, attention now shifts to NBA free agency. Names such as Kevin Durant, Kawhi Leonard, and Kyrie Irving are at the top of the list although there are some other names that deserve mention. One of them is Tobias Harris, perhaps one of many underrated NBA stars expected to be on the move next season.

Splitting the 2018-19 NBA wars with the Los Angeles Clippers and then the Philadelphia 76ers, Harris hardly got attention although he remains one of the lethal swingman that can be of use to any NBA team. One team that is reportedly interested in getting the 19th overall pick of the 2011 NBA Draft is the Brooklyn Nets. According to the Athletic, there is already mutual interest between both sides - an acquisition that can further boost the charges of head coach Kenny Atkinson.

As mentioned in a previous post, the Nets surprise everyone when the team advanced to the NBA playoffs. Brooklyn was not mentioned among the favorites to make it past the regular season with barely any superstar in the lineup. Instead, that paved the way for rising stars like D'Angelo Russell although it remains that the team needs more players to help out. One of them could be Harris who can potentially blend in well with Russell and the rest of the crew.

Of course, the Nets are not the only one interested in Harris. According to the Yardbarker, the New York Knicks are another team who could pitch to the 6-foot-9 swingman. In fact, the Nets and the Knicks have reportedly worked out Tobias brother Terry - a move critics see as a way to get the attention of the elder Harris. Terry Harris is a virtual unknown who averaged 8.1 points and 2.8 rebounds per game as a senior for North Carolina A&T last season.

But acquiring Harris may depend on who the Nets (or even the Knicks) acquire from NBA free agency. Like Tobias, Kyrie Irving is also on the radar of both teams. If Irving signs, Harris' interest could further be fueled, giving Atkinson an offensive-powered trio that could improve Brooklyn's chances next NBA season. According to Yahoo Sports, an agent switch by Uncle Drew further increases the chances of seeing him hooking up with the Nets unless other ballclubs beat them to him this summer.