4. Andray Blatche: 34 minutes with Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, Brook Lopez;
+8.5 per 100 possessions
Overall, I'd be skeptical of this lineup; Blatche still has a long way to go before you can quantify his defensive effort as anything beyond laughable, and the team's recorded more turnovers than assists with this tandem on the floor, which is an automatic red flag.
Still, it's not hard to see why Brooklyn Nets interim head coach P.J. Carlesimo is enticed at the potential of a Blatche/Lopez combo; if you can get at least a net neutral out of them defensively, there's devastating offensive potential there.
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