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The Brooklyn Nets took the Chicago Bulls seven games deep into their Eastern Conference quarterfinals matchup.
It still was not enough for P.J. Carlesimo to keep his spot.
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The Nets reportedly will not bring head coach PJ Carlesimo back for another season. Who could the team be targeting as his replacement?
NEW YORK — After spending $350 million to upgrade their roster last summer, the Brooklyn Nets will start this offseason by looking for a coach.
The Nets announced Sunday that P.J. Carlesimo wouldn’t return, hours after they were eliminated in the first round of the playoffs.
Carlesimo helped the Nets finish 49-33 after replacing the fired Avery Johnson in December, earning the...
After being contacted by the Brooklyn Nets, Phil Jackson has reportedly turned down their offer for the vacant head coaching position.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports:
Phil Jackson has rejected the Brooklyn Nets’ overtures to take over as coach, a league source told Yahoo! Sports.
Nets general manager Billy King talked with Jackson on Tuesday, and Jackson, the...
Mike Dunleavy is a serious candidate for the Brooklyn Nets head coaching job, the New York Daily News reports.
The Nets decided not to retain interim coach P.J. Carlesimo, who went 35-19 during the regular season after replacing Avery Johnson as the team’s head coach in December.
Jeff Van Gundy was initially reported to be a candidate for the job, but Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski...
Jerry Sloan and Deron Williams in Utah.credit: mensbasketballhoopscoop.com
After news broke that the Brooklyn Nets will not be retaining P.J. Carlesimo, the franchise will be looking for their third head coach in less than a year. Carlesimo replaced Avery Johnson, who was fired earlier in the season.
Rumors have been flying about who the next head coach might be. With their roster...
The Chicago Bulls helped themselves to an invite to face the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Semifinals on Saturday.
They took out the Brooklyn Nets in the deciding Game 7 99-93.
The Bulls were driven by center Joakim Noah’s double-double of 24 points and 14 rebounds.
“I’ll remember this for the rest of my life,” Noah told ESPN. “I’m just so proud of this team...
10) It's been a solid six months since they ran the last coach off, so by the historic standards of the franchise, they were due
9) It's making their negotiations to bring in Latrell Sprewell to work as a PR consultant awkward
8) Didn't show the coaching acumen required to make Brook Lopez rebound or play defense
7) Gerald Wallace's jumper shows that any...
Phil Jackson would prefer a front office Pat Riley style position, but that isn’t going to stop teams from speaking to him about taking over as their head coach.
The Nets need a coach who is an expert of getting talented players on the same page, that is something Jackson excels at.
The Brooklyn Nets have contacted Phil Jackson about replacing the outgoing P.J. Carlesimo, according...
It didn’t take long for the Nets to oust their coach after they were bounced from the playoffs by the Chicago Bulls.
”The Brooklyn Nets organization would like to thank P.J. for his efforts with the team in his roles as both head coach and assistant, and for his contributions to the team’s success both on and off the court. We wish P.J. and his family only the best in the years...
The Brooklyn Nets have contacted Phil Jackson to gauge his interest in their head coaching vacancy.
Jackson is currently consulting the Detroit Pistons on their search for a new head coach. Jackson is helping the Pistons as a favor to owner Tom Gores.
The Nets fired P.J. Carlesimo following their Game 7 elimination to the Chicago Bulls.
Jackson is believed to prefer a role in a team...
Joakim Noah controlled this game down low, from start to finish, dominating Brook Lopez
In the biggest game of their entire season, the Brooklyn Nets crapped the bed. Although they were taking on an injury-depleted Chicago Bulls team with no real reason to think they could win a Game 7 on the road, the Nets started the game flatter than they would if they were playing...
Now this is awesome. After an incredible Game 4 performance which included a 23 point fourth quarter against the Brooklyn Nets in a triple OT thrilling win, Nate Robinson compared his style of play to the retro video game, NBA Jam. “I always tell [Rip Hamilton], ‘I always think I’m on fire.’ Kind of like the old-school game NBA Jam. You make a couple, the rim’s on fire...
Chicago Bulls/Brooklyn Nets: Game 7
- The one and only Game 7 in the first round of the NBA playoffs. Not sure what to expect from this game. We have seen both teams be very bipolar, it is just a question of which team shows up. I am going with the Nets though.
- Joakim Noah always loves the spotlight. Not really surprised to see him showing up here...