Who’s Worse, the Nets or the Knicks?

November 25th, 2009 by John Frascella Leave a reply »
This is a fun game to play, isn't it?

Well, if we were going strictly by records, the New Jersey Nets would have the obvious advantage right now. New Jersey has played 14 games to this point in the season and they've won a grand total of...umm...zero. The New York Knicks, on the other hand, have a whopping total of three victories, congratulations to the organization on that.

So yeah, on records alone, the Nets are the lowest of low. But let's look at the big picture here, I'm talking about the remainder of the season. Who will have a better record at the end of 82 games, the Knicks or Nets and why?

For starters, the Nets have suffered through a Mets-esque parade of injuries. Their best player, actually the best player on either team in the Metropolitan area, Devin Harris, has played in only four games, starting in just two. When healthy, Harris is one of the quickest and most explosive penetrators in the NBA, a scoring point guard with an incredible knack for getting to the foul line.

In Harris' absence, the keys to the team have been in the hands of "Skip to My Lou," better known as Rafer Alston or perhaps it's the other way around, ...

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