So I'm a pretty recent Nets fan. Started following them the start of the year Devin Harris made the All-Star game. Was able to get small glimpses of a somewhat decent Nets team that had a few exciting players like Devin Harris, Vince Carter, and a just drafted Brook Lopez.
Fast-forward three-four years, past the Vince Carter (and Ryan Anderson!) trade, past the 0-18 start and 12-70 season, past the Lebron-a-thon and Melodrama, the bright spot of the D Will trade, and now to the Dwightmare. I think I'll always be a Nets fan, no matter what. But I'm having second thoughts on going to Nets games until they move to Brooklyn just because I'd rather not see them lose every time I go to a game.
Right now I'm shooting 0 for 5, three from this season alone. The most recent being tonight's game against the Pistons. Part of the reason why I'm attending Rutgers Newark is because the Nets are playing here their last season in New Jersey. It's just depressing walking back after a loss in the cold city of Newark. This is somehwat reactionary, but I do wonder if its worth essentially gambling my money for the excitement that a Nets win may give.