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New Jersey Nets Getting Inside 2009-12-14


New Jersey Nets Getting Inside 2009-12-14The dream of every Net fan -- and probably team hierarchy members too, if they were to admit it -- will be right before the Nets' eyes Tuesday when they go to Cleveland. Yup, LeBron James, the desired target for all their cleared-out cap space, will welcome the Nets to Quicken Loans Arena.

Welcome them with something like a triple-double.

If the Nets want to impress LeBron, they're certainly going about it the wrong way so far. Yes, they'll have money -- but no matter how much they have, the Cavs will have more -- to tempt James on the free agent market. But after money, the Nets have little in 2009-10 to entice anyone.

They've made a coaching change, established the record for the worst start (0-18) in NBA history and through 24 games have won as much as the Cavs get on a typical back-to-back segment.

The Nets have been hurting all season and Tuesday will be no exception. Forward Chris Douglas-Roberts, whose offense has been one of the positives of a dismal season, is listed as day-to-day with a mild left knee sprain. He said he would play -- and if so, he'd be aligned with James.

And the Nets are emerging -- if not still enmeshed -- in a team controversy where players, notably Devin Harris, agreed there is division among the players, that vets and young players form cliques. Players were critical of other players and the matter reached the point where team president Rod Thorn interceded.

So injuries, controversy and losing have been the major issues for the team that carried a pitiful 2-22 record into Tuesday's game.

HAWKS 130, NETS 107: Just when you thought it couldn't get worse for the Nets, they allow a season-high 130 points to lose their third consecutive game. The Nets, who were without injured forward Chris Douglas-Roberts, got 23 points out of point guard Devin Harris, who was playing with an injured left pinkie. Center Brook Lopez scored 19 and had 12 rebounds, but the Nets allowed seven Hawks to reach double figures in scoring in the blowout loss.


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Added: December 14, 2009

 

 
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