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New Jersey Nets Getting Inside 2009-02-19


New Jersey Nets Getting Inside 2009-02-19
By the time the Nets play their next home game, Friday against the Wizards, the trading deadline will have passed and the Nets will know what they have for the rest of the season. And whether they've been remade, tinkered with or left alone, they will simply be glad that Thursday, Feb. 19 is in the rearview mirror.

Then they can get back to the business of trying to secure a playoff spot in the playoffs. They will have 27 games remaining and they will enter Friday on the outside looking in, trying to catch and pass eighth-place Milwaukee at least. And they hope that their home-court disadvantage against Washington doesn't hold.

The Nets figure to have a harder time with the Wizards than in their last meeting which was a 115-88 Nets blowout in Washington on Feb. 4. The Wizards only had eight available bodies that night as Caron Butler was among the ailing. And Antawn Jamison shot a dreadful 4-of-20. Devin Harris and Vince Carter combined for 46 points from the backcourt. Carter had scored 21 points for the Nets in the season-opener, a 95-85 victory, again in Washington, Oct. 29.

The one time they met in New Jersey, the Wizards again were shorthanded, but it didn't matter as they thumped the Nets, 108-88, one of the Nets' most embarrassing defeats of the season. Butler and DeShawn Stevenson cracked the Nets for 43 points.

Butler was a player who repeatedly was discussed as a possible target in Net trade rumors before the deadline but the Wizards were not interested in moving him.

MAVERICKS 113, NETS 98: The Nets started strong: they led by three points at halftime. Then they trailed by 22 after three quarters. The Mavs swamped them with a 40-15 third quarter on the way to sending the Nets to a fourth straight defeat overall and their ninth consecutive loss in Dallas.

The Mavs placed four players at 20 or more points, including Jason Kidd who tortured his former team for 23 points -- hitting 5-of-6 three-pointers -- and adding 10 assists. Devin Harris scored 18 points for the Nets. Vince Carter, the object of numerous trade rumors, scored 15 points, all in the first half.


Author: Fox Sports
Author's Website: http://www.foxsports.com
Added: February 19, 2009

 

 
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