MarShon Brooks is a bit of a darling for Brooklyn Nets fans: undeniable offensive talent, smooth, smart, fun to watch, but can't seem to stick in the rotation. Against the Detroit Pistons, Brooks put together one of his best halves of the season: attacking the lane, hitting a four-point play, and looking like he belongs in the rotation. The Nets ended the half with a 59-45 lead, Brooks with 8 points on 3-3 shooting, adding two blocks. Watch:
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