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The Nets are the turn-around story of the season in the NBA, but it isn’t like people didn’t see it coming. I for one believed from the start of the season that they would finish with a better record than the Knicks. Analysts expected the Nets to make the playoffs even as a top 4 seed. Then the Nets got off to a great start, and Coach Avery Johnson won NBA Coach of the Month for November. The Nets then slid back to .500 and Johnson was fired, but since PJ Carlesimo took over the team the Nets have become the team that analysts thought they would be at the beginning of the year. On the surface it seems like the Nets biggest change is that they moved from New Jersey to Brooklyn over the summer. Another big change, they got new jerseys designed by minority (although often thought to be majority by everyone) owner Jay-Z.
But there are so many more changes that go much deeper than simply a new name, a new building, and a new look. The roster this year has just six players who finished la...
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The Grizzlies put a hurting on the Nets on Friday night, and Reggie Evans was unhappy with one of Memphis coach Lionel Hollins' fourth-quarter decisions.
Nets big man Kris Humphries reportedly turned down a $10 million payout from Kim Kardashian after she filed for divorce. The condition? He wouldn't seek an annulment.
Deron Williams left Friday night's game with a left quad contusion and didn't return.
Nets beat writer Tim Bontemps reported that D-Will could have returned if the game was more competitive (Memphis blew out Brooklyn). Via Twitter:
Deron Williams has a left quad contusion. Return is questionable.
— Tim Bontemps (@TimBontemps) January 26, 2013
The Brooklyn Nets got off to the best start in franchise history before a disastrous 26-day span in December cost coach Avery Johnson his job. With P.J. Carlesimo now patrolling the sideline, the Nets are back to their early season form.
Brooklyn looks to win for the 13th time in 15 games since Carlesimo was named interim coach as it continues a four-game road trip Friday night...
Kris Humphries is determined to prove to the world that Kim Kardashian duped him into marrying her. That the whole point in her actions was publicity. Humphries reportedly turned down $10 million to settle and sign off on the divorce. This isn’t about money for Humphries, this is about pride. A source told RadarOnline.com that Kris is concerned about being able to marry in a church...
Brook Lopez strengthened his push for a spot on the All-Star team with 22 points on 10-for-16 shooting, helping the Brooklyn Nets hold off the Minnesota Timberwolves 91-83 on Wednesday night.
The Nets improved to 12-2 under interim coach P.J. Carlesimo, and they're 9-1 with their preferred starting lineup: Lopez, the NBA's highest-scoring center, Deron Williams, Joe Johnson...
MINNEAPOLIS -- Wins have become so commonplace with the Brooklyn Nets that they have taken to grading them for their quality. Wednesday? From the sounds of it, Brooklyn's 91-83 victory at Target Center over an injury-ravaged, slumping Timberwolves squad sounded like it deserved a C, C-plus, tops. For example: "We found a way to win in a building which has been a nightmare...
The Hump wants an annulment not a divorce. He wants Kim Kardashian to admit their marriage was a sham and she used him for ratings and publicity.
Kardashian tried to bribe him with $10 million, but he said no.
“Kris flatly rejected the offer because it has never been about money for him. He wants to be able to marry in a church again, with a clear conscience, when he finds someone...
With the current losing tirade the Los Angeles Lakers continue to find themselves in, the Brooklyn Nets are actively pursuing trade possibilities with Laker center Dwight Howard according to RealGM.com.
The sources of their report indicate that Billy King, Nets General Manager plans to make contact with the Minnesota Timberwolves to initiate a three-team trade that...
The Brooklyn Nets are looking to re-establish their recent momentum, while the Houston Rockets are hoping they've already begun doing just that.
The host Rockets may be feeling better about their chances Saturday night considering they're going for a 12th straight victory against the Nets.
Brooklyn (26-17) had pulled within one game of Atlantic Division-leading New York...
MINNEAPOLIS -- Wednesday at Target Center featured a game between two teams headed in very different directions. The Brooklyn Nets continued to ride the P.J. Carlesimo train. The Timberwolves continued to flounder in the face of injuries. New Jersey got 22 points from center Brook Lopez and 18 each from guards Joe Johnson and Deron Williams in a wire-to-wire 91-83 victory that...
P.J. Carlesimo has started Reggie Evans at power forward for the last 13 games.