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Philadelphia drafted Michael Carter-Williams (left) from Syracuse with the 11th pick in June's draft. They traded with New Orleans for Nerlens Noel from Kentucky (right), who was picked 6th overall
When: 7:00 pm; Monday, October 14th, 2013
Where: Wells Fargo Center; Philadelphia, PA
TV: CSN in Philadelphia, None in the New York Metro area
Most Nets fans won't be able to see it, but the Brooklyn Nets have their third preseason game of the year tonight as they head down the New Jersey Turnpike to Philadelphia to take on the 76ers. The contest, which is only going to be aired on Philly TV--not the YES Network--is one in which many Nets won't be participating, as the team is going through a rash of injuries.
Deron Williams (ankle), Andrei Kirilenko (back), Tyshawn Taylor (ankle), Jason Terry (knee), Jorge Gutierrez (ankle), and Toko Shengalia (knee) are all out with their respective ailments while Paul Pierce is sitting tonight due to a scheduled...
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Evan Turner was defiant after scoring a game-high 23 points in the Philadelphia 76ers’ 127-97 preseason loss to the undermanned Brooklyn Nets in front of an alleged crowd of 6315 fans Monday night at the desolate Wells Fargo Center a game first-year Sixers coach Brett Brown called a “reality check” for a team most NBA analysts expect to be the worst in the league.
Final score: Brooklyn Nets, 127 – Philadelphia 76ers, 97 Philadelphia 76ers starting lineup: Michael Carter-Williams, James Anderson, Evan Turner, Thaddeus Young, Spencer Hawes Brooklyn Nets starting lineup: Shaun Livingston, Alan Anderson, Joe Johnson, Kevin Garnett, Brook Lopez Recap The Philadelphia 76ers took the court tonight against the Nets, looking to build off of a solid...
The Nets reserves ran all over the 76ers last night 127-97 and after the game, head coach Brett Brown summed up his analysis of the loss with this quote, “I feel like it was born out of a reality check.”
But if you have been paying attention so far this preseason, last night’s blow out loss to a significantly under-manned Nets squad was not a reality check. No, it was...
Deron Williams is the best played on the Brooklyn Nets. For the team to succeed and contend in the Eastern Conference, he must play to his capability and remain healthy throughout the season. So the recent news by head coach Jason Kidd is not comforting to the team of Nets’ fans.
As reported by Kurt Helin of NBCSports.com, Kidd told ESPNNewYork.com,
“But we’re not rushing...
Brooklyn Nets coach Jason Kidd says it’s a possibility that Deron Williams could miss the start of the regular season due to an ankle sprain that has kept him sidelined in training camp and the preseason.
According to ESPN New York:
“This is going to be a question that we’re probably going to have to deal with every day until he does get the green light to go,” Kidd said...
The Brooklyn Nets will go as far as Deron Williams leads them.
The Nets point guard has been dealing with an ankle injury and head coach Jason Kidd told ESPN New York that the ankle could lead Williams to miss the start of the regular season.
“This is going to be a question that we’re probably going to have to deal with every day until he does get the green light to go,”...
No one seriously will be saying that about injured star point guard Deron Williams anytime soon. But while Williams continues to recover from a sprained right ankle suffered last month Shaun Livingston has looked terrific filling in for him through the first three preseason games.
Livingston was the best player on the floor for the Nets in Monday night’s 127-97 victory...
Watch Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, Andray Blatche and Brook Lopez show off their dance moves as they film a fun video clip to entertain fans at the Barclays Center.
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