Game 76 Recap: Nets 105, Bobcats 96. The One Where D-Will Put the Team On His Back

Deron always seems to have massive performances against the Bobcats, unsurprisingly
 

Due to some prior commitments, I wasn't able to watch much of tonight's game (bits and pieces of the first half and like the last four minutes), so I don't really have any non-box-score conclusions to make. All I know is that D-Will took over late, making it his responsibility for the Nets to win this game, Reggie Evans rebounded the ball 20 times yet again, and that Ben Gordon was unconscious from three.

Some other observations I had from the game: #ReggieEvansReboundWatch: 20. He's basically a big, crazy machine at this point, gobbling up nearly any rebound possible…..Kris Humphries sat out due to an illness, and Andray Blatche took over according, leading the bench with 16 points.

Looking Ahead

The Nets remain at home but have off until Tuesday, when they make battle with the Philadelphia 76ers.

About Josh Burton

I'm a New York native who has been a Nets season ticket holder, in both New Jersey and now Brooklyn, since birth. Northwestern University (Medill School of Journalism) '18

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