Avery Johnson has been saying nice things about MarShon Brooks the last couple of days (well, at least about his offense) and did it again Sunday between the team's first two-a-day sessions.
"Anthony (Morrow) and MarShon really have a good battle going on," Johnson said. "And they’re so different. Anthony is Anthony, and now you’ve got the young kid who is very creative with the ball, can score, can play above the rim, really can get out and run."
The Nets seem like they've got a good thing going with young guards. Ben Couch talked to the two back-up point guards about playing overseas, Jordan Farmar in Israel, Sundiata Gaines in Georgia.