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The Nets closed out their four game road trip in disgusting fashion, losing 136-125 to the Timberwolves. Adam discusses the struggles for James Harden, specifically his inability to shift to another facet of his game. Kessler Edwards early foul trouble highlighted not only the thin depth currently on this roster but also the rookie's incredible value to this team, especially in the absence of Kevin Durant and Joe Harris. Lastly, Adam looks at the Steve Nash decision making following LaMarcus Aldridge picking up his sixth foul. While rookie Day'ron Sharpe has not been without his growing pains, inserting James Johnson to a "small ball" lineup and facing the task of Karl-Anthony Towns certainly seemed to see the Nets fate.
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