G. smitts 2012-02-27 06:44:46
Kmart’s smirking average is a pretty good barometer on where the Nets
fortunes are. In game 2, I saw Kmart smirk ONCE when (towards the
end of the 1st half) Brown sat down the starters and had the reserves
in, allowing Kmart to go strong to the basket.
Kmart’s smirk was wiped clean off his face in the 2nd half. And RJ’s
victory party that he ALWAYS has on court when the Nets are pulling
ahead. Nowhere to be seen. Something else was missing. Hard fouls
by Collins aka Mr. Flagrant. Its hard to lay the smackdown when you
know retribution will be handed out by Big Ben.
Dc 2012-02-27 06:45:06
spoken like a true sore losing Knicks fan
G. smitts 2012-02-27 06:45:33
Kidd is failing to lead his team to an NBA championship, AGAIN.
Whose he’s going to blame this time…his hand picked rookie coach?
There’s a reason why Kidd doesn’t have a ring on his finger, and it
has nothing to do with coaching.
Skippypb 2012-02-27 06:46:00
On Sat, 08 May 2004 23:23:45 GMT, “G. Smitts” <02434GS@asqeuica.com>
How can you blame Coach Frank for:
1) The Nets had 15 turnovers in the second half of Game 2, accounting
for almost half of their total of 32 over the first two games;
2) New Jersey’s backcourt was outscored 56-14 in Game 2, with Jason
Kidd shooting 3-for-13;
3) For the series, Kidd is shooting 27 percent and Kerry Kittles is
shooting 32 percent;
4) Richard Jefferson, has taken 25 shots and made only six in the
two games or 24%
5) New Jersey is shooting only 35 percent for the series, averaging
6) Detroit has accumulated 42 assists to 30 for the Nets
This is not a coaching failure. This is a team failure.
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Chuck b 2012-02-27 06:46:18
then if you can’t blame frank for the last two games…. how can you blame
scott for the failures of the early season?
inmates running the joint….