The Brooklyn Nets have had plenty of issues to kick off their season, which has led to plenty of finger pointing and blame going around the organization. Many want to look at head coach Jason Kidd as the man who deserves to take the blame for failing to put together his impressive roster of talent, but one of the team’s stars believes that everyone on the team is getting frustrated with the booing that the players are hearing.
As far as power forward Kevin Garnett is concerned, everyone on the team is embarrassed.
“I think everybody here is embarrassed,” said Garnett, who went 2-for-9 from the field in 23 minutes and is shooting 34.9 percent from the field this season. “You definitely don’t want [to be booed] at home. Like I’ve been saying, we’re going to continue to work to try to change this as best we can.”
If the team isn’t able to turn things around quickly, they will need to find a scapegoat. That would likely be Kidd.
Brooklyn came into the season with high hopes after making the big deal to bring in Garnett and Paul Pierce from the Boston Celtics, but thanks to some injuries and plenty of other issues it hasn’t worked out just yet.