For those who attended Friday's game against Atlanta, the Nets' first half performance seemed comical...and they treated it that way. They laughed at Eduardo Najera's air ball, cheered Lawrence Frank's ejection and booed Brook Lopez's fall. The Nets, it turns out, didn't think it was funny...at all. They used the fans' derision to push them to a stunning overtime win. But how long can this love-hate relationship work?
- Hostile home helps Nets players use boos for second-half fuel - Dave D'Alessandro - Star-Ledger