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Regular Season Game 13: Nets are winning on the road!? November 25, 2007

Posted by netsophobia in Kevin Durant, NBA talk, New Jersey Nets, Recap, Seattle Supersonics.

Unbelievably the team had five guys scoring in double figures, Jason Kidd had a season low 6 assists and we still manage to win this game, isn’t that rare? Carter was playing point guard for half of the game and it’s amazing how Malik Allen can just spend 27 minutes shooting 16 footers from every angle possible. Jason Collins shooting a 17 footer was the ugliest scene ever to emerge onto P2P TV channels.

SEATTLE - NOVEMBER 23: Jason Kidd #5 of the New Jersey Nets drives against the defense of Earl Watson #25 of the Seattle SuperSonics at the Key Arena November 23, 2007 in Seattle, Washington. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this Photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. Mandatory Copyright Notice: Copyright 2007 NBAE (Photo by Terrence Vaccaro/NBAE via Getty Images)
Richard Jefferson was simply irresistable against the Sonics, he just drove by them at will, even Jeff Green a guy with 3 inches on him have no idea on how to stop him, he was bought to school by RJ tonight, another 30 point performance, and the Josh Boone/Sean Williams combo are definitely deadly when they are use in spurts, Sean Williams reach and extension is just amazing, there’s this play where Delonte West had at least two steps on Weed Boy, but he recovered and swatted his shot into the oblivion, but if only Josh Boone could have better hands that would be perfect, ah, I’m defnitely happy now because there’s so many new things you get to see with this ball club that’s evolving everyday, whether good or bad.

Jeff Green is the best rookie in this Sonics team, not Durant, but Jeff Green, he’s solid, he crashes the boards, can play inside out, all Durant does is just jacking up shots from somewhere, and Damien Wilkins is really good as well, so is Delonte, not so much for Wally Sczerbiak or Earl Watson, did anyone see Vince Carter play in the first half, it was a total clinic, step back jumpers, fadeaways, threes, he just had it in him in the first quarter and the 5 assists he racked up playing point in the second half wasn’t bad either.

Except for the fourth quarter where we AGAIN SHOWED signs of collapsing where the Sonics closed the gap down to a point, which freaking scared the shit out of me, the defense was solid, I guess it’s just the Sonics bigs not really being able to do anything and add in the fact that the Sonics just jack up shots whenever they feel like had a big hand in building our lead as well, but the effort defensively tonight was brilliant.





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