2000-01 New Jersey Nets Roster

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 26-56
Finishing 6th in the NBA's Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference
Coach: Byron Scott (26-56)
Location: East Rutherford, New Jersey
Attendance: 566,077, Avg. 13,807 in 41 home dates
2000-01 New Jersey Nets Statistics
2000-01 New Jersey Nets Results

The New Jersey Nets of the National Basketball Association ended the 2000-01 season with a record of 26 wins and 56 losses, finishing sixth in the NBA's Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. Byron Scott coached the team.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Sherman DouglasGSeptember 15, 19666'0"180SyracuseWashington, DC USA
Evan EschmeyerCMay 30, 19756'11"255NorthwesternNew Knoxville, OH USA
Jamie FeickF-CJuly 3, 19746'8"255Michigan StateLexington, OH USA
Eddie GillGAugust 16, 19786'0"190Weber StateAurora, CO USA
Kendall GillGMay 25, 19686'5"195IllinoisChicago, IL USA
Lucious HarrisGDecember 18, 19706'5"190Long Beach StateLos Angeles, CA USA
Stephen JacksonG-FApril 5, 19786'8"218Butler Co CC (DNP)Houston, TX USA
Stephon MarburyGFebruary 20, 19776'2"180Georgia TechBrooklyn, NY USA
Kenyon MartinF-CDecember 30, 19776'9"230CincinnatiSaginaw, MI USA
Jim McIlvaineCJuly 30, 19727'1"240MarquetteRacine, WI USA
Johnny NewmanF-GNovember 28, 19636'7"190RichmondDanville, VA USA
Kevin OllieGDecember 27, 19726'4"195ConnecticutDallas, TX USA
Doug OvertonGAugust 3, 19696'3"180LaSallePhiladelphia, PA USA
Soumaila SamakeCMarch 18, 19787'1"224noneBougouni, MLI
Vladimir StepaniaCAugust 5, 19767'0"236noneTbilisi, GEO
Mark StricklandFJuly 14, 19706'9"210TempleAtlanta, GA USA
Jamel ThomasFMarch 25, 19736'6"215ProvidenceBrooklyn, NY USA
Keith Van HornFOctober 23, 19756'9"220UtahFullerton, CA USA
Aaron WilliamsF-COctober 2, 19716'9"218XavierEvanston, IL USA



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