Brooklyn Nets 73, Miami Heat 103


Deron Williams POINT GUARD

THE GOOD: Shot the ball well and attacked aggressively. THE BAD: Was uncharacteristically sloppy with the ball, turning it over seven times (three assists).

Joe Johnson SHOOTING GUARD

Didn’t shoot the ball well despite some decent looks and his isolation at times killed the Nets offense.

Kris Humphries POWER FORWARD

Played a great first half, finishing with a double-double but there wasn’t much production from him in the second half.

Brook Lopez CENTER

Reasonably ineffective night for Lopez finishing with eight points on just eight shots. Had to deal with Bosh on the other end of the floor for most of the night which is a super tough matchup for Brook and to his credit he managed to hold Bosh in check.

Andray Blatche POWER FORWARD

He has a long way to go until he becomes a capable player on the defensive end and when he shoots just 2-8 he becomes hard to keep on the court.

MarShon Brooks SHOOTING GUARD

A lone bright spot for the Nets. Looked the most comfortable of any Net attacking Miami off the dribble and had a few typical crafty finishes that only MarShon can do.

Mirza Teletovic POWER FORWARD

When you’re paid to be a shooter and then promptly clank six of your seven three-point attempts…well yeah, you get the picture.


Comments

  1. how about big fat F for Avery? how do you put in subs in the begining of the 4th quarter? the Heat still had thier starters on the floor…oh and down by 9 against the champion Heat is not the time to experiment with Tele, put Hump back in…and one last thing if Iso-Joes shots are not falling…stop running plays for him!!! I really want to like Avery but his decisions the past two games have been attrocious. (obviously the players deserved blame too)

  2. I have to agree with AndresT. Avery’s substitutions are suspect and his sets, both on offense and defense, just don’t work and he doesn’t realize it. The Nets run the same sets over and over and over. I haven’t been on the fire Avery bandwagon until now. I say let’s get some new blood in here, Mike Budenholzer or Brian Shaw.