Nets' playoff ouster was learning experience — and reality check

New York Post
Nets' playoff ouster was learning experience — and reality check
Nets' playoff ouster was learning experience — and reality check

There were plenty of hugs in the Nets locker room Tuesday night after they were eliminated in five games by the Sixers, and more hugs on Wednesday when they gathered their belongings in Brooklyn in preparation for the offseason. There were congratulations for reaching the postseason for the first time in four years. But players and coaches alike left with the realization the Nets have ample work to do if they are going to be one of the NBA's elite teams any time soon. Getting swept four straight games by the Sixers after winning Game 1 in Philadelphia was “humbling,” guard Joe Harris admitted. It also was enlightening. “We realize what an elite team plays like in the playoffs,” Harris said after

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