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12/23/2011 12:36 PM
NEW JERSEY NETS
PACE #23 92.5
OFFENSE: #27 100.2
DEFENSE: #22 107.0
The New Jersey Nets doubled the number of wins that they had achieved in the previous season, but it seems only important to me to analyze the Nets season since the moment Deron Williams was traded to New Jersey.
The Nets managed to be a decent defensive team during some stretches of the past season, but overall their...
10/16/2010 7:19 AM
Even before the season got started, the New Jersey Nets were already
appointed as the worst team in the league. The oddmakers had them
listed to win just 27/28 games but how bad it would turn to be?
Here is their monthly record last season:
Yes, they really started the season by losing 18 consecutive games...
10/06/2009 9:58 AM
Forget about those days where the Nets were perennial contenders in the Eastern Conference with Jason Kidd, Vince Carter and Richard Jefferson because these days are gone! President Rod Thorn and G.M. Kiki Vandeweghe are already thinking in the future and although the Nets are going to experience some fairly severe growing pains in this season, this was the right move for the franchise. Now without Vince Carter, the leader...
10/21/2008 10:15 AM
Is it possible for a team to enter the 2008/2009 season already
thinking more on the 2010 season than in this season? If that's
possible, then the Nets are clearly doing that. The Nets were one of
the biggest disappointments of the league last season, ending the
season with a 34-48 record, when they were before the season one of the
main candidates to win the Eastern conference, together with Detroit
02/18/2008 12:24 PM
15. Miami Heat
With a brutal record of 9-42, Miami has been also terrible
against-the-spread with a record of 18-34. But this team can be even worse at
home, where they have just covered the spread in 27% (7-19) of their home
games. The weirdest part is that against teams from the East, Miami is 2-15 ATS
at home and 0-7 ATS, where they had the home dog. The trade of Marion brings...
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