Yesterday we posted a breakdown video by Coach Nick, in which he looked at the differences between the Nets' offense under Avery Johnson and now interim head coach P.J. Carlesimo.

Nick noted that Brook Lopez (prior to last night's game) had 115 post-ups under Carlesimo in eight games, as opposed to 116 under Johnson in 22 games. An interesting stat, for sure.

Another stat that has really stood out in the Carlesimo-era is that Lopez is averaging 4.4 long jumpers per game (16-23 feet), as opposed to the 2.0 shots per game in that range he was averaging under Johnson. One wonders, now, is it an effective use of a possession having your 7-foot center take long jumpers? Well, if he's hitting 54.3 percent of those attempts then, yeah, it most certainly is.