New Jersey Nets: Breaking Down Their Week 12 Performance

January 17th, 2011 by Ryan Comstock Leave a reply »
A winless week is certainly never fun and is always disappointing, but there were visible signs of progress from the New Jersey Nets last week.

The team improved in a few important areas and got back to playing competitive basketball.

As always, there are some aspects that need to be worked on and the team does need to start winning some games before it all spirals out of control.

Real quick, this is the week that was:

at Phoenix, L, 118-109 (OT) at L.A. Lakers, L, 100-88 at Portland, L, 96-89 The Nets were 0-3 on the week, sport an overall record of 10-30, are in last place of the Atlantic Division and sit at 14th in the Eastern Conference.

New Jersey wasn't expected to win any of their games last week and obviously they didn't.

It's safe to say, though, that they probably should have won two of them.

The loss to the defending champion Lakers is completely understandable and most fans will be happy with the fact that the game was close throughout.

The losses to Phoenix and Portland were a different story.

The Nets led both games entering the fourth quarter, and were even u ...

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