For years, the Nets had problems finding a solid backup point guard, let alone a third. Now, says Lawrence Frank, "When you look at our three point guards we've got the three best point guards in the league on one team." Keyon Dooling's rehab has delayed filling out the depth chart, but Frank is very happy with Alston, who did take a team to the Finals four months ago. His former coaches liked him too.
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