New Jersey has to take charge
Updated: June 13, 2003, 12:09 PM ETBy By Greg Anthony | Special to ESPN Insider
If you saw the nightmare that was Game 4 on Wednesday night, what you witnessed, while not very pretty, was extremely important in terms of the outcome of this NBA Finals series. And if you're Byron Scott, you have to feel pretty good about your chances.
In four games, your team hasn't once gotten consistent performances from your entire rotation; you were an overwhelming underdog; you have yet to play an up-tempo style; and yet, you're tied 2-2.
AP Photo/Rusty KennedyByron Scott has to be pleased his team is still in the series.
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