A little disconcerting that the Nets need Joe Jesus mode against these disciples
If you ever want to watch a PG-13 for language basketball game, Nets-Sixers is your spot.
Per Elias, two teams have made the playoffs in last 20 years after a 3-12 start (04-05 Nets and 10-11 76ers).
The 76ers cut a 20-point deficit to 8 just before halftime. The Nets lead, 49-41.
Tony Wroten waves both arms in the air to pump up the few fans in the crowd after a dunk cuts the Nets lead to 39-23.
The Nets are now up 39-19 on the Sixers early in the second quarter, and this game isn't even that close.
Nerlens Noel wastes a great hustle play with a bad decision, gives Nets odd man opportunity. That about sums up the season.
I've said this before, but I appreciate the fact Lionel Hollins wants the Nets to go for 2-for-1s. Last three years Nets have never bothered
Nets are putting on a ball-moving clinic. Sixers defensive rotations are so bad.
Comcast with a stellar choice of the HD league pass game tonight with Sixers-Nets.
Nets are getting an open look every time down the floor and knocking it down. They're shooting 82 percent and lead 22-10.
If Spurs-Nets was varsity vs. JV, this is JV vs. freshmen.
Ok, seems like we've been here before: Kiki Vandewhege was technically born in Germany and was once interim coach of Nets.