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New Jersey Nets Notes, Quotes 2009-11-16


New Jersey Nets Notes, Quotes 2009-11-16--The Nets are 0-10 after a lost weekend in Florida, and that mark is the worst in the NBA since Memphis opened the 2002-03 season with an 0-13 record. The Nets, though, feel snake-bit. In addition to constantly playing short-handed, they have lost in every disheartening fashion, often hanging tough before collapsing late. In Miami, they lost on a Dwyane Wade 3-pointer with one-tenth of a second left.

"I feel like I've been saying things over and over the last five or six games," C Brook Lopez said. "We were right there again with limited players."

--The Nets are ranked 29th in the league in scoring, averaging 84.5 points after 10 games. What do you expect with Vince Carter, last season's leading scorer, in Orlando and nearly half the team in sick bay?

"Coming into the, year we knew we were going to struggle to score points. We traded Vince, a guy who can close his eyes and get you 22 plus five assists," coach Lawrence Frank said. "We only have two double-digit scorers on our rosters; one of them is (Brook) Lopez, who did it for one year. The other one is (injured Devin) Harris, who did it incrementally. That's why defense, for us, has to be first and foremost."

QUOTE TO NOTE: "Zero through 10, they all hurt." -- F/C Sean Williams, when asked if the one-point lost at Miami that dropped the Nets to 0-10 hurt the most.


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