When the Nets dramatically overhauled their roster this summer, the plan wasn’t to put together a .500 team. But that’s exactly what they are after last night’s 108-93 loss to the Bucks dropped them to 14-14 this season.
“It’s mind-boggling that we’re in the situation we’re in,” Wallace said. “As good of a team as we are, as good as started off…you saw the potential we had as a team, and the talent we have as a team. And yet, still, instead of team, it’s more of ‘I.’ ”
The ‘I’ Wallace was referring to, he said, was his teammates getting into the mindset that rather than working together as a group.
“We are a way better team than what our record is, how we’re playing,” Gerald Wallace said. “It seems like guys are content with the situation that we are in and I’m [ticked] off about us losing, especially losing the way we are losing.”