Faced with how to deal with both offensive and defensive deficiencies, the Nets might be better served to ask themselves a more fundamental question, "who are we?" Sixteen games into an increasingly disappointing season, the team seems to lack an identity, notes Captain Jason Kidd. And there doesn't seem to be any help on the way. The team and its coach will now have three days to deal with their self-doubt before facing the Bobcats on the road Wednesday.
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- Nets struggling with identity crisis - Dave D'Alessandro - Star-Ledger