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Richard Jefferson’s Playoff BLOG May 11, 2007

Posted by netsophobia in Cleveland Cavaliers, NBA Playoffs, NBA talk, New Jersey Nets, Player Blogs, Richard Jefferson, Weekday Randomness.
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Gilbert Arenas’ into the blog craze, so is Ben Gordon, err Stackhouse, T-Mac, and Chris Kaman, now? Theres New JJerseys very own Richard Jefferson joining the workforce over at the NBA.com blogging team.

We need to make plays. Cleveland’s not a very good field goal percentage team. And that’s why those guys hit the glass. When you have guys like Varejao, Drew Gooden and Ilgauskas, they don’t often run plays for them. So, in order for those guys to score and get buckets, they have to be active on the glass. It’s just like any team. Whenever you see blood and see an area in which you can dominate, you’re going to work even harder. That’s where we are right now.

RJ pretty much summed things up right there, if we wanna win, we’ll have to work harder than getting ourselves out rebounded by 19.5 per game.

I think that if you’re coming out on Saturday or Monday to support the Nets, you should take a little offense to how everyone talks about the lack of energy in the building. You should take some offense to that. I respect everyone that comes out to the games here. Personally, I think our crowd is great. I think our crowd participates extremely well. I think that’s why we have such a good home record.

ok, fact here, 21-17 at home in the regular season does not mean we have a good home record, but 3-0 in the playoffs is.

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1. FearTheSword - May 11, 2007

Nice to see Jefferson using his time wisely.

The lay-off between games 2 and 3 is positively absurd, and it should favor the Nets, especially coming home. I will say this….The Nets had better have a lead heading into the 4th or it’s going to be same ole’ same ole…..

Good Luck!

FTS
http://www.fearthesword.com

2. netsophobia - May 12, 2007

same old clutch James, but yes, Nets have to start off early and fast.

3. name - September 1, 2008

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