Joe Johnson Blasts Brooklyn Nets Teammates for Selfish Play

November 11th, 2014 by Fred Katz Leave a reply »

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.—Discontent apparently doesn't go away overnight. Or over two nights. 

Joe Johnson wasn't happy after the Brooklyn Nets' Sunday victory over the Orlando Magic, and the emotions carried over into Tuesday. 

"Offensively, I just think guys kind of exhaust their options and then, when there's nothing else for them, then they'll pass when they have to," Johnson critiqued after Tuesday morning's practice. "But for the most part, we've been very selfish. I mean, 4-2 is pretty good, but I wouldn't say it's where we want to be right now against teams that aren't playoff teams. ... And that's basically where I was coming from."

Tuesday's comments weren't shocking, especially after Johnson's postgame comments Sunday, when he had some choice words about his team's offense.

"I just think we get to a point where we get a bit complacent, the ball stops moving, guys get a little selfish, and it makes it hard," the Nets wing explained over the weekend.

Johnson wasn't done once he finished talking to reporters postgame either, sending a PG-13 tweet into the abyss shortly after ...

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