Summer League: Day Two
July 9, 2013
The Nets coaches opened the day with a breakfast meeting to review film.
After the coaches met, they filled in the players during a group video session preceding shootaround.
The team boarded the bus after reviewing film, heading to begin applying the principles oncourt.
The Nets headed to the Barnett Park Gymnasium in Orlando for shootaround before Monday's game against the Heat.
Rookie Mason Plumlee loosened up before the morning session began in earnest.
Coach Kidd readied for practice, chatting with athletic trainer Tim Walsh.
The White Team paid attention while the coaches relayed instructions on the upcoming drill.
After shootaround, General Manager Billy King chatted with Coach Kidd and the staff.
Second-year guard Tyshawn Taylor has served as the team's primary ball-handler during this year's Summer League.
The Nets' coaches looked on with attentive eyes during Monday's Summer League game against the Heat.
Mason Plumlee unleashed the first of a few furious dunks early on in Monday's game.
Tyshawn Taylor scored a team high 25 points on 7-of-13 shooting, also connecting on 10 of 11 free throw attempts.
Coach Kidd rallied the troops during a break in the action of Monday's game.
Rookie Plumlee posted 23 points, 9 rebounds and a block in 33 minutes against the Heat.
After his prolific outing, Taylor met with media to discuss his progress.
Coach Kidd kept the focus on player development, mindful of the goals set for Summer League.
Plumlee closed out the postgame interviews with an admission that everyone is learning, and hopes to take advantage of the upcoming off day.