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Regular Season Game 9: New Jersey Nets – Orlando Magic November 17, 2007

Posted by netsophobia in Boston Celtics, NBA predictions, NBA previews, NBA talk, New Jersey Nets, Orlando Magic, youtube.
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New Jersey Nets (4-4)
Orlando Magic (7-2)

I know the updates been less and the recap’s slowly dwindling down but that’s just temporary, as for the Nets, the bad stuff have been totally horrible but there’s some silver lining onto everything that’s bad.

First up, Vince Carter was out in the first game against Boston, then came the fucking ass loss against the Celtics 91-69, which is a game that is muich closer than the scoreline represents and if it wasn’t for the Antoine Wright blowup and the missed FTs, we’d be talking about something else right now, and now it’s a three game losing streak we have to snap fast.

I haven’t reach the part where Darrell Armstrong is injured yet? wow, anyay Darrell Armstrong is out for 4 weeks for some old man sickness, and now Eddie Gill is back with the team after being drafted 1st by some team in the NBDL, I can’t wait to see how he does in his first game back because he doesn’t take alot of shots, he just passes. Jason Kidd apparently doesn’t know that Gill is back in the team until this morning, which is funny because he says he doesn’t read the news unless it’s in his iPod. LOL.

Back to the game tonight against the Magic, they are 7-2 and Bostjan Nachbar is starting over Sean Williams, who again had a monster game against the Celtics (14 points, 7 rebounds, 4 blocks) isn’t gonna start, which is a shame seriously although whether Frank’s decision not to start Williams is a good one would depend on how Nachbar would play the game, whether his shooting  hands are still with him. Therefore we’r matching from Lewis, Hedo, and DH12 with Jason Collins (pukes), Bostjan Nachbar, and Richard Jefferson.

Keith Bogans against Antoine Wright would be a cold one, since Bogans shoots 5 threes a game and misses like 60% of his shots, but he’s a good defensive player and it would be good to see how he matches up with Toine. Jameer Nelson stands at 6 feet and Kidd is at 6-4 therefore this is a matchup we have to exploit.

Our bench is a bit thin after all the injuries bt we have Nenad Krstic headlining our second unit together with Jamaal Magloire. Would be a good game GO NETS! break the streak. J.J Redick owns.

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