TheNetsFan wrote:MrDollarBills wrote:Kessler Edwards needs to be in the rotation. The guy knocks down his open looks, hit the glass and also blocked a shot. He made a couple of errors today but nothing to scream about, he's a rookie after all. But he needs to play.
I will say he and the other rookies are picking up some bad habits tied to the vets and our pace of play. It's far more noticeable in person than on TV. They casually stroll/jog to the corners or wings not looking at the ball, expecting Harden or KD to just pound the ball for a bit. There were a few very avoidable turnovers simply caused because Kessler and Cam were not ready for the pass. They're not alone. It's a far cry from the Kidd days where we were fast paced and everyone had to expect the ball at any time.
The entire offense is watching KD and Harden pound the ball and the only time you should expect a pass is when they need to be bailed out with 3 secs left on the clock
I'm watching how the Warriors play. They get into their sets quick and guys move around. Everybody touches the ball, guys aren't just standing still. Different sets every time down. The Nets offense is basically YMCA basketball.
We aren't beating them. Not with how we play offensively and how sloppy we are, and our defense isn't good enough to make up for it. Add the fact that Kyrie is a part time player, we might as well be honest. We are probably looking at a 2nd rd knockout as a best case scenario