Brooklyn Nets head coach Steve Nash is pleased to have a veteran in Paul Millsap this season.

Paul Millsap is playing his 16th NBA season and his first with the Nets. He hasn't been one of the most active players in the team but in the absence of James Johnson against the Chicago Bulls, the 36-year-old filled in the void.

Raving about Millsap's performance, coach Nash reckoned that the four-time NBA All-Star pretty much did “a little bit of everything” to help the Nets win.

“He was great. He did a little bit of everything,” Nash said of Millsap via The New York Post. “He scored the ball. He was able to initiate some offense. He got some rebounds, offensive rebounds. Got some steals. Just did a bit of everything. His intensity was great and I thought his impact on the game was really good.”

Millsap finished the game registering a season-high tally of 13 points, seven rebounds and three steals in just over 15 minutes of action. As expected, the Nets big man is hoping to continue where he left off in the succeeding games.

“I have a lot of great teammates telling me to be aggressive when I’m out there,” Millsap revealed. “Tonight I wanted to put an emphasis on that and try to get some easy buckets down low.”

“For me, I have to continue to do that, be aggressive and play my game,” he added.

Millsap is expected to be called up once again when the Nets try to bounce back with a win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday.