The body language of Denver Nugget players was not good even though they stayed in the game at half time down only 9 points.
The Nets seemed to have blinders on and the younger less experienced Nets in particular. Brown(first NBA start) and Jefferson(improving) were standouts and Morris is showing improvement as well.
The newest Net Thaddeus Young continues to impress in all facets of the game. A revived D Will has found himself for the umpteenth time in his career. And Brook Lopez has rounded up to good playing form.
Joe Johnson has his peaks and a few valleys but usually peaks.
It is too soon to tell if the last two games represent new found determination that will propel the Nets to a playoff berth or if they will relapse against stiffer competition.
As a close observer I sense that Young will allow Johnson to pace himself and that by playing more and better minutes Williams will allow Jack to remain at the top of his game.
Plumlee remains a steady constant source of energy in the mix with every free throw he makes and rebound he grabs. His points are a bonus that are becoming routine.
A healthy Nets team with their heads in the right place could go deep in the playoffs.