posted on Feb, 12 2004 @ 09:15 AM
New Jersey coach Lawrence Frank tied an NBA record after the Nets beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 105-85.
The victory took Frank's streak to 9-0 and equalled the best coaching start since Kurt Rambis (Lakers 1998-99) and Buddy Jeannette (Baltimore
In less than three weeks on the job, Frank has been the perfect coach for the Nets,literally and shares a record the game's icons would envy.The Nets
also became just the second team in league history to win 10 straight games by more than 10 points, tying a mark set by the 1946-47 Washington
Capitals coached by Red Auerbach.New Jersey also tied a team mark with its fifth straight road win, and the Nets' 10-game winning streak is their
second-longest ever. New Jersey won 11 in a row in 1982-83.