Sunday, May 5, 2013

The Deer Caught in Headlights Gets Away

The Brooklyn Nets took their last loss of the season yesterday on Sunday, they lost to the Chicago Bulls in game 7 after winning game 6. The Nets were devastated after losing by only three points after becoming by far the most improved team going from a losing record to the playoffs.

“When we won Game 6, we felt like it was our series,” Nets point guard Deron Williams said, "It's disappointing"

The Bulls simply outplayed the Nets, the Bulls were not healthy missing Derrick Rose, Luol Deng, and Kirk Heinrich, and Taj Gibson played limited minutes and didn't start. The players that did play played amazing though.

Joakim Noah had a double-double with 24 points and 14 rebounds, he had a ton of enthusiasm and carried this team the whole game. Marco Belinelli a sharpshooter had 24 points and shot 50% from behind the arc. Jimmy Butler didn't have much to show for this game except that he played every minute of it 48 minutes. Butler had 9 points and 5 rebounds. Carlos Boozer played only 29 minutes, but had 17 points and 7 rebounds. All for the Bulls.

The Nets didn't have as good of a day as the Bulls had, Their sharpshooter was cold and their big men couldn't stop Joakim Noah today. Joe Johnson, a supposed sharpshoot was 2-12 from the field and had 6 points. Their whole team had 4 blocks compared to the Bulls 7, and this shole Nets team hopped on the shoulders of Deron Williams, Brook Lopez, and Gerald Wallace. All of them had double digits in points. Wallace with 19 , but a big man like him has to get more than 2 rebounds. Lopez played exception with 9 rebounds and 21 points, and as usual I have nothing bad to say about Williams who had 7 assists and 24 points. Their biggest man Reggie Evans had the 13 rebounds they needed him to, but only 2 points and he didn't even take a shot!

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