The Streak ends at Five January 26, 2009Posted by netsophobia in Memphis Grizzlies, Recap.
Tags: New Jersey Nets
The game against Memphis was our best chance the win something at last and the team didn’t dissapoint, outplaying Memphis for most of the game and finally coming out with an important win, to get to 20 wins at last.
For the first time this season, the Nets totally outplayed somebody in the fourth quarter, although given the fact the it’s the Grizzlies; It’s always important to get the feeling of dominating a quarter especially crucial quarters like the fourth, it’s like getting the team to be able to turn on the switch that could propel them from playing good in a quarter to playing excellent.
Carter started out hot while Memphis opted to go one on one on almost every possession, maybe it’s Johnny Davis’ way of sabotaging the team because he wasn’t named as head coach for the rest of the season, in his mind he’s probably going, who the hell is Lionel Hollins?
Although it was a good win, Devin Harris himself admitted that the team had bouts of complacency during the game, letting the Grizzlies back into it during the third quarter and early in the fourth, “When we had a big lead, we could have pushed a little bit further, but we let them get back in the game”. But the effort showed in the fourth ensured the victory and thank god, we’re now 20-24.