Other than the emergence of Josh Boone, there's not much to like about how the Nets have played recently. One glaring issue is the play of Vince Carter, who is shooting just 39 percent over the last seven. Dave D'Alessandro believes Carter can lead his team out of their slump, but motivation must come from within. Meanwhile, Wendell Maxey of Hoopsworld says fans are too ready to make Carter the scapegoat. Fred Kerber talks to Rod Thorn, who says he has nothing on the horizon but won't hesitate to make a move. Getting Nenad Krstic back would help evaluate where they stand.
- Stepping Up While Patiently Waiting For Help - Fred Kerber - New York Post Nets Blog
- Mail's In (In Search Of Mojo Edition) - Dave D'Alessandro - Nets Blast
- Carter Taking Unfair Blame - Wendell Maxey - Hoopsworld
- President's Address - Al Iannazzone - In the 'Zzone
- Krstic inching toward return - Dave D'Alessandro - Star-Ledger
- Nenad may be needed addition - Fred Kerber - New York Post