Brooklyn Nets: 5 Problems So Far

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Nov 24, 2013; Brooklyn, NY, USA; Brooklyn Nets power forward Reggie Evans (30), small forward Paul Pierce (34), point guard Deron Williams (8), and power forward Kevin Garnett (2) watch the game from the bench in the fourth quarter at Barclays Center. The Detroit Pistons won 109-97. Mandatory Credit: Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports

The Brooklyn Nets haven’t exactly lived up to the preseason hype this year. At 5-12, the Nets are two spots out of last place in the entire Eastern Conference, ahead of only the New York Knicks and Milwaukee Bucks, who are both 3-13. Between health problems, disappointing starts, old age creeping in and Jason Kidd‘s numerous failures as a coach, the Nets are a gigantic nightmare so far. Sure, we’re only 17 games into the season. But if these five things don’t improve (and fast), the Eastern Conference will remain a two-team race.

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Topics: 5 Problems With The Brooklyn Nets, Brooklyn Nets Bad Start, Deron Williams Injury Problems, Jason Kidd Bad Coaching, Jason Kidd Spills Drink, Kevin Garnett Slow Start, Should The Brooklyn Nets Fire Jason Kidd

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