Simmons says Nets hold player meeting after game to reach defensive consensus

  On October 30, Beijing time, in the NBA regular season, the Nets lost to the Pacers 116-125 and suffered a four-game losing streak. After the game, the Nets held a player meeting in the locker room.

  According to a report by the Nets and the team’s reporter Alex Schief, Ben Simmons revealed that the team held a meeting with only players after the game. The players had a candid conversation. Still the best team in the NBA.

  ”We didn’t defend well, everyone had to defend well,” Simmons said. “What we discussed in locker room meetings boiled down to ‘defend your own people.'”

  The Nets are one of the worst defensive teams in the league this season.

  (Xu Chu)

Statement:’s exclusive manuscript, unauthorized reproduction is prohibited!