Coach Kevin Ollie wants the Nets to take care of business in the upcoming games


Even though Coach KO has his guys hooping, he wants them to be more consistent in their performance.  

Brooklyn is determined to reach the Play-In Tournament. They should be competitive in the next several games, and Coach Kevin Ollie wants them to win.  

The Nets must stay focused after falling to the injury-plagued Memphis Grizzlies. Since the Nets need every win, their game against the Detroit Pistons is a strong indicator.  

“We can win games regardless of the opponent. We must challenge each other in the fourth quarter of our season. After beating Philadelphia, Coach Ollie said, "We can't let games slip, and we gotta take care of business."  

After getting off to a rough start after the All-Star break, Coach Ollie has the Nets back on track. They play harder and hustle for every ball now that he is in charge.   

While fans would like that to be more constant, there are games when Brooklyn looks tired, even though the team has had days off.  

For the rest of the season, that's not okay, especially since Ollie has made it clear that he wants "hunters" on his team. To do that, the Nets need to play with a lot of energy and hustle.   

Many players, including Dennis Smith Jr. and Dorian Finney-Smith, have developed into vocal leaders who hold their teammates accountable. This is a grateful development.  

By remaining strength, Brooklyn has the second-easiest schedule of any club. Brooklyn plays the bottom-dwellers Pistons, Wizards, and Hornets, which are inferior clubs.  

The Nets benefit, but they should win more games. Keep playing well and taking care of business for the rest of the season. It's hard to stay steady, but a Play-In Tournament spot is at stake.  

Brooklyn has the skills to do it, but they need to be mentally tough because other teams want them to fail and fall out of the Play-In Tournament race.  

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