Ben Simmons knows he’s got to be more aggressive offensively. The Brooklyn Nets big man has never doubted that he would get his offensive game back in order as he continues to shake off the rust from missing all of last season, but that particular point about needing to score more and be assertive crystallized during the 109-98 loss to the Boston Celtics on Thursday night. Playing without Kevin Durant, who is sidelined with a sprained MCL, for the first time in his brief Nets career, Simmons missed all three of his shots and did not register a point. He contributed in a variety of other ways — he had 13 assists, 9 rebounds, 2 steals and a block and was the only Nets player to register a positive number in the plus/minus column (+10). It was a statistical oddity given that Simmons became just the 18th player in NBA history to register at least 13 assists and not score a point.