07:28 AM ET 01.01 | Thanks to a bloated payroll, a lopsided record and Jason Kidd already on the hot seat, the Nets have become the target of ridicule throughout the league. Stan Van Gundy piled it on during an interview Monday night -- a day before the Nets were predictably trounced by the Spurs, 113-92 -- outlining the bleak picture of Brooklyn's present and future. Van Gundy, one of the top free agent coaches, even called the Nets a "bush league organization." Most of his criticisms were reinforced by Brooklyn in its egg-laying effort in San Antonio. "It's been easy to jump on (Kidd), not just because of the record, but the things coming out of their locker room, the situation with Lawrence Frank, the incident of spilling the drink on the floor," the former Magic and Heat coach told the NBC Sports Network.