The Brooklyn Nets are one of the NBA's form teams as we head towards the business end of the season, and Deron Williams admits he's enjoying the positive momentum.
Earlier in the season things looked terrible for the Nets and coach Jason Kidd, who was under severe pressure before the turn of the year.
But as a new year came along, so did a new version of the Nets as they have fully turned the corner, and they now look like a team that could do damage in the Eastern Conference playoffs.
That time can't come sound enough for guard Williams, and he believes the 14-game home winning streak they are currently on is only the start for the boys from Brooklyn.
"First part of the season was rough on us with injuries and everything that we went through, and it feels good," guard Deron Williams said. "It feels good to be able to turn it around."
That quality home record will come under severe threat tonight as they face Houston Rockets at the Barclays Center Tuesday.
The main man for the Rockets is James Harden at the moment, and if they want to make it 15 straight wins on home court they will have to stop him tonight at 8pm ET.