Brooklyn Nets Simply Not Ready for NBA Elite by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

NEW YORK — Though the Brooklyn Nets are coming off of a win over the Detroit Pistons, the real test was Tuesday’s game against the Lakers.

At their new home at Barclays Center, the Nets lost a home game against a quality opponent that just so happened to be playing without two starters in Dwight Howard and Metta World Peace. The latter was suspended, this time, for a shot to the face of Detroit Pistons guard, Brandon Knight.

The Nets were down early, but led by one-point with 2:32 remaining in the game.

Then, the unthinkable happened. The Los Angeles Lakers scored the final 10 points of the game to earn the victory. If you are a Nets fan and this seems to be the equivalent of a Law and Order marathon where you suspect you’ve seen this episode before, you would be correct.

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The Razz and Jazz Sports Blog was created by Marc "Razz" Rasbury and Derrel "Jazz" Johnson to create fresh opinions on New York Sports and beyond from two credentialed members of the media.
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