After firing Avery Johnson three games ago, the Brooklyn Nets come into their matchup with the Oklahoma City Thunder with two wins and a loss under P.J. Carlesimo.
Of course, those two wins came against the Charlotte Bobcats and the Cleveland Cavaliers, while the loss was a 31-pointer to the San Antonio Spurs. That seems like it's worth mentioning.
Oklahoma City, meanwhile, has won three in a row since their Christmas Day loss to the Miami Heat, as their offense has just exploded in the past three games.
They'll look to keep things going, and it seems as if that's entirely likely against this Nets team that just posted a 5-11 December.
Time: 8 p.m. ET
TV: NBA League Pass
Records: Oklahoma City Thunder (24-6), Brooklyn Nets (16-15)
Betting Line: Oklahoma City (-10)
Injury Report: Gerald Wallace, Questionable (Knee)
Key Storyline: Brooklyn's Coaching Search
The Brooklyn Nets seem adamant that they're sticking with P.J. Carlesimo for the rest of the season, that is, unless Phil Jackson pokes his head up and gives them a ...
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