Brooklyn Nets

Week 10 Outlook, The Waiting Continues

Dec 22, 2016; Brooklyn, NY, USA; Brooklyn Nets guard Jeremy Lin (7) reacts in the third quarter against the Golden State Warriors at Barclays Center. The Warriors won 117-101. Mandatory Credit: Nicole Sweet-USA TODAY Sports

Dec 22, 2016; Brooklyn, NY, USA; Brooklyn Nets guard Jeremy Lin (7) reacts in the third quarter against the Golden State Warriors at Barclays Center. The Warriors won 117-101. Mandatory Credit: Nicole Sweet-USA TODAY Sports

The Brooklyn Nets continue to struggle, now on a five-game losing streak after facing three very tough teams last week. It seems like every week we wait to see if they can turn things around, but there has yet to be any improvement, as they are now tied for the worst record in the NBA.

Brooklyn Nets fans really deserve a medal for sticking around this season. It has just been terrible. Last week, the Nets struggled, which makes sense because of the teams they played, but this entire season has been an uphill battle. It’s almost exhausting saying it every week, but hopefully this week they can turn it around.

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Last week was 100 percent in my mind the hardest week of their season. Even a team like the Boston Celtics, who have had themselves a pretty decent season, would have probably dropped every one of these games. It’s amazing to say that their road trip to Toronto to play the Raptors was probably their easiest game of the week. They stuck in the game for the most part, but it was evident the entire game who would come on top.

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Coming back to Brooklyn for their next game was nice, but playing against the Western Conference Champions, the Golden State Warriors, is not fun. The Nets did their best to stick around for the game, but it went pretty similarly to their Toronto game. At the end of the game, it looked like it was closer than it was, but they were just dominated the entire time. Not as bad as they were against the Cleveland Cavaliers though. Going to Cleveland to play the defending champs is not fun, as you can tell from their 119-99 loss.

This week will be much easier for the Nets, though there are still no easy wins there. Let’s be honest, no game is an easy win for the Nets at this point.

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