Blindsided by Kidd's Departure, Nets Rookies Eager to Greet Lionel Hollins

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Blindsided by Kidd's Departure, Nets Rookies Eager to Greet Lionel Hollins
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ORLANDO, Fla. - Mason Plumlee felt like a 6-11 quarterback stuck in the pocket, unaware of the 300-pound speedy behemoth taking aim at him as he looked for an open receiver downfield. That's how quickly the Jason Kidd saga unfolded last week. "I was blindsided like a defensive end coming off [the line]," Plumlee said Saturday, after scoring 23 points in the Nets summer league team's tournament-opening win over the Pacers at Amway Center. "I had no clue."

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