Despite the Brooklyn Nets tough home loss to the Chicago Bulls in game 7 of the first round of the 2013 NBA playoffs, the game still managed to bring the fans plenty of highlights, including this pass and finish put together by teammates, Deron Williams and Gerald Wallace.
After Nate Robinson coughs it up on one end, the Nets start a break that finishes with a slick bounce pass...
Quick note to young hoops players – the glass is your friend. In Thursday night’s game 6 against the Bulls, Brooklyn’s Gerald Wallace got lost in the land of indecisiveness and made the bunny layup interesting. Bunny layups should never be interesting. And then he did what any standup basketball player does when he misses an easy shot – he gets defensive with the refs.
Over the years here on That NBA Lottery Pick, we posted some pretty classic missed lay-ups but this one by Brooklyn Nets forward Gerald Wallace is a pretty epic one.
Watch as Wallace blows an uncontested lay-up right near the hoop against the Chicago Bulls in game six of their first round playoff series:
Gerald Wallace airballs easiest lay-up attempt of his career [The Brooklyn Game]
One day after a 79-76 Game 3 loss to the Chicago Bulls, Brooklyn Nets players were frustrated, and Gerald Wallace was mystified about his role on the team.
"I couldn't tell you my role," Wallace said Friday at the team hotel. "I don't have a clue of what my role is on this team."
After scoring 14 points in Game 1, Wallace has been a non-factor offensively...
Down 2-1 to the Bulls in the opening round of the NBA playoffs, Nets forward Gerald Wallace says he still have no idea what his role is on the team. Wallace is averaging 7 points on 36% shooting and 4.3 rebounds through the first 3 games.
According to the NY Daily News:
“I don’t know. I couldn’t tell you my role now,” Wallace said Friday at the team’s hotel in Chicago....
Gerald Wallace shot a season-low 14.3% from three point territory and 34.3% from the field in the month of March and the Nets starter says his confidence in shooting the ball is now “totally gone.”
According to the New York Post:
“My confidence is totally gone,” Wallace told The Post Saturday. “I’m just at the point now … I’m in a situation where I feel like if I...
There’s some good news and some bad news for Gerald Wallace.
The good news is that his game has never really been predicated on his ability to shoot the ball, so there are other aspects in which he can help the Brooklyn Nets win. The bad news is that his shooting has been so putrid in recent weeks, that he negatively affects the spacing on the floor and therefore has became an...
Via NY Post
Gerald Wallace has lost complete confidence in his shooting according to the New York post who recently had an interview with him. The lack of confidence has even led Wallace to not attempt open shot opportunities. But the good news is that Gerald is still valuable for other things.
“My confidence is totally gone,” Wallace told The Post Saturday. “I’m just...
Glen Davis catches Gerald Wallace mid-air after the Nets’ forward makes a layup and nonchalantly carries him rather than letting him hit the deck:
ALL HE CAN STANDS
With the Brooklyn Nets struggling as of late, Gerald Wallace has taken issue with how his teammates are responding to the slide and made his feelings known.