Saturday, March 27, 2010

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New Jersey Nets Fans Can Finally Rest Easy...

Lets give a warm round of applause to the New Jersey Nets. Why? Well because they officially will not stand alone as the worst team in NBA history after defeating the Detroit Pistons 118-110 last night at the IZOD Center. Just days ago CEO Brett Yormark reamed out a fan for wearing a paper bag over his head. The organization is now walking a bit taller, collecting their 9th victory of the season while starting their first win streak of the decade...

If the Nets manage to lose out for the rest of the year, they can do no worse than the 1972-73 Philadelphia 76ers, a team that concluded their dismal run at 9-73. Players and coaches alike need to capitalize on this moment due to the clear lack of celebration all season long. "We're smiling," said point guard Devin Harris. "It's good to get two wins in a row, but we're not satisfied. We want to continue to be better and finish the season on a high note."

In my opinion fellas, its okay to earn maybe one more win and hang up the sneaks from there. You're not the worst ever. The goal has been attained. All you can do now is wait for the draft and hope to attract more than 1,000 fans per game in 2011. So rest easy NJ, it gets better from here.

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