Nets 94, Raptors 88: Box Score Reaction

Posted on: December 13th, 2012 by Devin Kharpertian Comments

Check out the box score from last night's victory here.

Some immediate takeaways:

  • Only four Nets had a plus-minus greater than the game's actual six-point outcome: Joe Johnson (+12), Reggie Evans (+10), C.J. Watson (+9), and Kris Humphries (+7). I wouldn't disagree that they were the four best players for the Nets on the floor last night, though you could make an argument that #BlatcheMob was in full effect.

  • 5-16 shooting for Deron is just depressingly standard at this point.

  • 14:24 of playing time for Keith Bogans, who has a 4.0 PER and a .439 effective field goal percentage this season. 5:39 of playing time for MarShon Brooks, who has a 20.7 PER and a .595 effective field goal percentage this season.

  • To give you an idea of how porous the Nets' interior defense of Blatche & Evans was, combine Jonas Valanciunas and Ed Davis. EdNas ValanciDavis shot 17-19 from the floor en route to 39 points and 16 rebounds. The Nets still miss Brook Lopez -- for his defense.


  1. avatar callingalltoasters says:

    Clearly, Avery’s teaching MarShon a valuable lesson by playing Graham, I mean Bogans, ahead of him. The lesson is “get out of here the first chance you get.”

  2. I believe Trenton Hassell is available to fill in for Bogans since his ABA franchise, the Nashville Soul, folded without actually playing any games. Also, check out the ABA site, Not quite as good as the Space Jam website, but still pretty good.