So, Quin Snyder adjusted at half and his team came storming out of the gates w/ a 13-0 run, trimming 15-point lead down to 2. Jazz scored 31 points. Dinwiddie's 10 in the quarter kept them afloat but Nets still have issues capitalizing on big leads. End of 3rd: Nets 92, Jazz 84
this is definitely a foul, Bradley did not let Dinwiddie land. But that's a bullshit flagrant foul call, and NBA calls way too many flagrants. Bradley was trying to stop a 3 and got overzealous. It's a foul, it's not a flagrant.
this is a big stretch. Do Jazz tie or take lead, or can #Nets push this back to the 10 point area. When you're rallying in sports, if you fail to get all the way back and the lead swells back up, that can be extremely deflating. Nets can take control, or this can be anyone's game
Isola is just such a treat. I have a morning drive tomorrow and I suspect his morning show will help me get through it
I know these Knicks claimed they were going to become the 90’s Knicks so look look on the bright side, the 90’s Knicks also struggled to win in Chicago.
That Mitchell pass at 68-56 is what I mean with where LeVert can learn from him. LeVert overdribbles when that initial probe does not work, and it leads to stifled offense. Conley spots the packed paint, immediately pitches it out. Result is easy Mitchell layup