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Jarrett Allen gets dragged around the hardwood by his teammate

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Brooklyn Nets center Jarrett Allen had a hard time getting back on his feet. In their Wednesday night matchup against the Oklahoma City Thunder, Allen fell on the floor and needed some help in order from him to stand up.

The 20-year old  got that assistance from teammate Rondae Hollis-Jefferson. But unfortunately he wasn’t able to do so as he ended up dragging Allen on the court instead.

As a result, a funny moment was created during the game Wednesday night.

The Nets went on to lose the game 114-112 as they had a hard time stopping Russel Westbrook’s strong play.

In that game, however, Allen finished with a near double-double performance with 15 points, eight boards and four assists. Being one of the Nets’ leaders in scoring and rebounding.

Hollis-Jefferson, meanwhile, played for 22 minutes and finished with nine rebounds and two points.

It was a good display of team work for the two Nets players despite the humorous results. Hollis-Jefferson tried his best to raise his teammate, and that’s what makes this moment special.

This is obviously what the team needs  in order for them to salvage their 2018-2019 campaign. They’ve got to keep trying to earn those wins.

They are currently 12th in the Eastern Conference with an 8-18 record and are seemingly on their way to missing the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season. What’s worse is that their losses have snowballed in their last ten games. The Nets could not seem to find their winning ways as of late as they went 1-9 in that span.