Break in action doesn't concern Nets
"The one thing we can learn from the All-Star break is what we went through last year. We have to understand we can't just come out and go through the motions," said Jason Kidd in the New York Post "We understand we have to come out with the same energy and intensity we had before the break."
As it stands, the Nets have won 10 games in a row, five of them on the road, and all of them by 10 or more points. So does it even matter that only two of them have come against teams with winning records, or that last year they hit the All-Star break on a winning surge only to see it disappear after?
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