LinkAnytime you hold Detroit in the 70s, that says a lot. The other starter, 7-footer Jason Collins plays within himself, uses his body well and can knock down a timely jumper. And the veteran Clifford Robinson comes off the bench to make shots and can defend multiple positions.
The Nets are one of the most smartest teams in the league. As Krstic goes, so goes the Nets. If he keeps developing, the Nets have the potential for a strong playoff run. Otherwise, they're out in the second round.
From Greg Anthony at the ESPN site. This was in an article related to Nenad. They are all finally catching up to what we know about him. The one thing that leaped out at me was the comment about the Nets being one of the smartest in the league. Are they the smartest? Who else ranks up there?
Most of that has to be attributed to Frank and his preparation. He tells his players what the opposition is going to do before they even know what they are going to do.