Atlantic Notes: Nets, Olynyk, Patterson

Fans who made it out to the Barclays Center tonight are being treated to a competitive game as the Nets are up 46-42 on the Magic at halftime.  Joe Johnson, or Joe Jesus as Kevin Garnett calls him, leads the way with 10 points for Brooklyn while Glen Davis has 8 points and 6 boards on the other side.  Tonight’s look at the Atlantic..

  • The Nets got the rights to Eden Bavcic in the Tyshawn Taylor trade with the Pelicans, but GM Billy King says that we shouldn’t expect to see him in the NBA, writes Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News.  The 29-year-old is currently plying his craft in the Greek League.
  • Peter Forsberg of grades the Celtics at the midway point of the season.  Rookie Kelly Olynyk gets a C despite the considerable hype he had coming into the season.  Meanwhile, Kris Humphries, who came over in the blockbuster with the Nets, gets a B+ for his play.  Recently, Hump said that he wants to remain with the C’s beyond this season.
  • The Raptors also got a report card thanks to Ryan Wolstat of the Toronto Sun.  Patrick Patterson gets an A- for his work in Toronto even though he struggled for the first part of the season with the Kings.  GM Masai Ujiri gets a B for pulling the trigger on the Rudy Gay deal but Wolstat notes that there’s still a great deal of work to be done.

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