BROOKLYN, N.Y. -- Control. That's a word that came up multiple times at the podium in the Ortsbo Interview room at Barclays Center, a word that means so much in NBA games. The Nets didn't exhibit any control over the game in their 113-107 loss over the Washington Wizards, and the combination of missed assignments and sluggishness ultimately led to their demise.
"We scored enough points to win, but there were some rebounds that we couldn't come up with down the stretch," coach Jason Kidd said after the game. "We just lost a game that we felt we could control."
A game they felt they could control, Kidd said. But at times, they looked completely lost.
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