The name of the game was adjustments on Sunday as the Nets practiced at Temple University.
Adjusting how to defend Joel Embiid, adjusting their game so that they’re shooting more and successfully, and adjusting when the Philadelphia 76ers put the pressure on Mikal Bridges. Those were the biggest points of emphasis the day after the Nets dropped Game 1 of their first-round series with the Sixers and found themselves trailing 0-1.
Game 1 was a bit of a feeling-out game for the Nets and they received a swift reminder of why Philly is one of the toughest teams to go up against in the East.
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