The whole home record discussion has become inexplicable to the team and the coaches. No one seems to have a coherent answer. Many want to blame the fans who go to the games. But some of us fans who sit in the arena are doing everything we can to support the team. But not EVERYONE who goes to a game is going to be a screamer and yeller in the face of lackluster and boring and frustrating play. (With that said, for the record, I have not booed the Nets once this year.) Here is my top 10 list of plays that PLAYERS NEED TO MAKE to get and keep a crowd -- any crowd -- into the game: 1. An alley oop 2. Any other slam dunk (preferably on a dribble drive to the basket, and against a big guy) 3. A big time 3 when the team needs it or is on a roll 4. A great rejection -- a ferocious blocked shot 5. A fast break with a great basket at the end 6. Taking the lead when the team's been down for a while 7. A buzzer beater (at the end of any quarter, but especially at the end of the half and game) 8. A sustained run...anything over 8-0 9. Two 3-balls by the same player on consecutive possessions 10. A hard foul against a player on the other team who's killing us with shots I welcome additions to the list, or comments about how the IZOD Center crowds are or are not to blame.