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    Default New Jersey Nets 2011-12 Post game thread

    What? No post game thread this season?

    Last season in Jersey.

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    I was really excited to watch Nets basketball again. The game started like a train wreck but I'm glad we caught our compossure and came back.

    Deron was Deron, what a performance. He didnt have a good shooting night but he did everything else, which includes playing excellent defense on John Wall and Nick Young.

    Kris Humphries imo, is our second best player. If he can keep up how he played against the Wizards tonight, we can definitly win some games this season.

    Excited to see how we play against an above average Hawks team.

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    Man, the Nets played pathetic the 1st quarter and I thought we were done.
    Deron showed why he is an all-star and Hump played like one two rallying us back from a 21 point deficit.
    I wonder if Hump can keep this up, especially now that Deron is here to make him look even better.

    Side Note: Hump and Damion James lead the NBA in Most rebounds per game so far with Hump in 1st and James in 2nd.

    Now we face the Hawks in our Home and its there first game. We need to win home games as much as possible considering we have heavy road duty early on.

    Gonna be a tough game, this is were we could use Stevenson to guard Joe Johnson.

    GO NETS

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    Trade deron Williams and tank

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    Damion James has horrible hands. I thought this guy would develop into a decent forward but holy god he screwed up on every fast break he's been in this season.

    We need help on offense. Fast. Deron cant be a 25 point scorer every night.

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    That game was hard to watch. The Nets couldn't make a shot. Limiting Okur to being a spot up shooter is a mistake. I have seen him work cats on the block when called upon.

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    Default Re: New Jersey Nets 2011-12 Post game thread

    Quote Originally Posted by MTing
    What? No post game thread this season?

    Last season in Jersey.
    That's a sweet logo. the score to last nights game was not :/

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    Default Re: New Jersey Nets 2011-12 Post game thread

    What are the things we can look forward to at this point?

    Watching marshon quickly prove he's an an elite or near-elite scorer?

    Watching hump shrug off the boos of all these catty kardashian worshippers?

    enjoying the all-around excellence of d-will? Seeing how he responds when he's forced to carry a team?

    Umm... Err... Anything else?

    -posted from my htc evo, sitting at the bar watching the cavs beat det.-

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    Man, that game was embarrassing, hopefully that wakes us up and we get a win on the road considering how many road games we play early on.

    I Morrow has been slacking badly, and when he is not hitting shots he is useless, Sadly.

    Marshon has been great for us, and as much as he could be a nice starter, we need scoring coming off the bench.

    I cant see us winning many games on the road, so this stretch does not look promising.
    Though we do play the Cavs, and we must grasp the chance to get a win there,
    Last edited by D12"Magic"; 12-29-2011 at 04:26 PM.

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    The big thing for me this year will be seeing if our D-League farm team bears fruit for the parent club. There has to be an undersized scoring machine 4 down there that can help this team.

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    "STFU, maccy."

    (big lebowski-style)

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    need to be fired.

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    This is embarrassing, don't know what to say, but
    WHY THE HELL WAS BROOKS NOT PLAYING IN THE SECOND HALF WHEN WE NEEDED OFFENSE THE MOST!?!!?!

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    MarShon Brooks has a True Shoot Percentage of 54. That is really good for a rookie. Only Kris Humphries has a better TS% on the team. MarShon also leads the team in PER. Avery needs to just go ahead and insert him into the starting lineup. Putting it off isn't helping the team.

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