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Can things get any more bizarre for the Nets? First there’s the Jason Kidd “glass-flop” trick, then the benching of several starters. And now Paul Pierce has a fractured hand and will be out two to four weeks. The funny thing is the Nets found a way to win two of four games during that bizarre chain of events last week. They are still in a hole, but the team still has some fight. Kidd’s crew fought all the way back from a 27-point deficit to make the Lakers game close.
Geno Smith’s benching seemed to be a forgone conclusion after a late second-quarter interception during the Jet’s 23-3 loss to the Dolphins on Sunday. With only one touchdown and 12 interceptions in his last seven games, Smith’s play can’t be defended. Rex Ryan made the right decision to go with Matt Simms in the second half. Simms didn’t fare much better, throwing for 79 yards and one interception. He also fumbled a handoff to Bilal Powell.