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Bobblehead nights are a great way to market the stars of a franchise. Fans get to watch their favorite players on the court and then take home a figurine to remind them of the performance. 


Caris LeVert's night, however, did not go as planned.

Brooklyn's 2016 first-round pick had a bobblehead night to forget, as he played 20 minutes and dropped a donut in the scoring column. The 24-year-old small forward shot 0-for-3 from deep and 0-for-5 overall. He finished with two rebounds on the night. 


The team could have used a better outing from the young rising star, as they lost to the Wizards on their home court, 125-116, and dropped to 32-31 on the season. 

Hopefully fans will use his bobblehead to remind them of the good moments of the season. LeVert was having a stellar start to the season before missing nearly 40 games to injury. 


Hopefully he'll stay healthy and perform better as the Nets continue the march to their first playoff appearance since 2015.


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