New Jersey Nets: Breaking Down Their Week 9 Performance

December 27th, 2010 by Ryan Comstock Leave a reply »
The New Jersey Nets had a very brief week, playing just two games and getting a good amount of rest.

Being that they had such little action, there is not a whole lot to say about their performance. What their two games did show us, however, is what they must do to win games. There were also some pretty good individual performances to look at.

Before we go any further, here is a quick recap of the week:

at Memphis, W, 101-94 at New Orleans, L, 105-91 The Nets were 1-1 on the week. They are now 9-21 on the season and are in last place in the Atlantic Division. They did move up a spot to 13th overall in the Eastern Conference.

Here they come!

When the Nets played in Memphis Tuesday night, they showed us exactly what they need to do to win games. When they traveled to New Orleans, they proved that when they don't do these things, they will lose.

Facing the Grizzlies, New Jersey held a rebounding advantage of 49-39. While Memphis had 29 free throw attempts to their 23, the Nets got to the line 16 times in the second half—more than double their total before halftime.

Simply put, this game displaye ...

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