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I wonder if in hindsight, Kevin Garnett would rather be running on the beach, or just chilling sipping lemonade outside his mansion in Malibu. The 19 year veteran of the NBA seems lost on a talented, but underachieving Brooklyn Nets team that was supposed to contend for a championship. Garnett has had a decline in every major category since last season, and finally on Wednesday, spoke about the frustrations that he and his teammates are feeling. “Nobody likes to lose. I’m not a loser. But I show up every day and I try to be a professional and give everything I have,” said Garnett, who is averaging a career-low 21.5 minutes. “You put Father Time on top of that. It doesn’t help anything else. And knick knacks and injuries and stuff like that and guys going out. It’s just a frustrating time. “But you know what? I’ve been through some harder times than this. I have a lot confidence that I’ll come out of this, and we’ll come out of this with some decency.” Garnett is averaging 6.5 point...
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Kevin Garnett is a future Hall of Famer and one of the best power forwards of all-time, but no season has been more difficult for him than the current Brooklyn Nets campaign that has been a disaster from start to finish.
The Nets were a preseason pick among many experts to not only win the Atlantic Division, but also contend for an NBA championship following the acquisitions of Paul...
Joe Johnson’s game-winning jump shot over Serge Ibaka lifted the Brooklyn Nets over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday night, 95-93. It wasn’t a pretty game for the Nets and Johnson, with them trailing by as many as 16 points and Johnson only scoring nine points in the game, but they persevered when it mattered most. Joe Johnson has built quite the collection of game-winners...
After playing alongside Joe Johnson for the last year and a half, Deron Williams knew exactly who should get the last shot for the Nets against the Thunder on Thursday night.
“Man, it’s crazy,” Williams said with a smile afterward. “It didn’t matter what he did for the first 47 minutes.
“When the game is on the line, you know he wants the ball.”
Johnson once again...
Not much has gone right for the Brooklyn Nets this season, but Joe Johnson gave his team an unexpected win in Oklahoma City last night when he drilled the game-winning bucket at the buzzer to down the Thunder 95-93.
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If there’s one thing we learned in last year’s playoffs — and a small sample size this season — never underestimate Oklahoma City Thunder head coach Scott Brooks attempting to lead a Russell Westbrook-less squad into battle. The woefully underachieving Brooklyn Nets would agree with that notion, as they somehow found themselves tied with Oklahoma City — on the road, no...
As previously noted on That NBA Lottery Pick, the Brooklyn Nets and the Miami Heat will be wearing special nickname jerseys for a January 10th regular season affair.
Below are a couple images from Slam Magazine’s Twitter feed of some of the Heat and Nets nickname jerseys including LeBron James, Andrei Kirilenko, and Ray Allen:
The @BrooklynNets will be rocking these @adidasHoops...
Joe Johnson can disappear for 47 minutes and 56 seconds, but in those last 2 seconds with the game on the line, he’s the guy you want with the ball. He showed why, again, last night in typical Joe-Cool fashion.
Led by Deron Williams 29 points, the Nets were in position to shock the Oklahoma City Thunder. After Serge Ibaka’s game tying lay-up with 5.8 seconds remaining, the situation...
Stan Van is currently unemployed, so maybe that's why he's so mad at the Nets
According to an ESPNNewYork.com report from a few days ago, former Orlando Magic head coach Stan Van Gundy thinks the Brooklyn Nets have "looked like a bush league organization [for] much of the year."
In an appearance on NBC Sports Radio this Monday, Van Gundy -- who was fired...
Do the Brooklyn Nets need a signature moment to give themselves a chance to turn their disappointing season around. If so, Joe Johnson may have provided it with his game-winning shot against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday night. Johnson, who is one of the most clutch shooters in the NBA, hit an incredible off-balance […]
Watch Nets guard Joe Johnson drain a long jumper over Serge Ibaka at the buzzer to beat the Thunder, 95-93.
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The Brooklyn Nets left the court early in a loss to the San Antonio Spurs. The 0.2 seconds turned into a comedy of errors in this ugly season.
NBA nickname jerseys are almost here. The Brooklyn Nets will reportedly debut their alternate gear in a Jan. 10 game against the Miami Heat.
Joe Johnson hasn't been playing well of late, but he picked the right time to find his shot in the Brooklyn Nets' latest game.
Johnson will try to build on his late-game heroics Saturday night when the Nets host the Cleveland Cavaliers, who will once again be without star Kyrie Irving.
A six-time All-Star, Johnson has seen his shooting touch go missing in the past few weeks...