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After MarShon Brooks went scoreless for the first time as a pro Sunday evening in Cleveland, the Nets' rookie guard declared he was ready to get back out on the court as soon as possible.
He played like it last night, finishing with 21 points and seven rebounds in the...
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New Jersey Nets rookie guard MarShon Brooks left Wednesday's game against the Boston Celtics with a sprained left ankle.
Brooks had scored 17 points before he was hurt when he landed on the foot of Boston's Avery Bradley.
The first-round draft pick entered the game as the Nets' second-leading scorer at 13.7 points per game.
Brooks has scored at least 17 points in five...
Jordan Farmar is losing opportunities in the backcourt for the Nets with the arrival of MarShon Brooks and DeShawn Stevenson.
How unpopular is Kris Humphries? His wife is ripping him on Twitter, random people hate him, and New Yorkers are booing him. More »
New Jersey Nets power forward Kris Humphries was a surprise scratch from the lineup for Monday's game against the Indiana Pacers.Humphries is dealing with a shoulder injury, though it isn't known how or when he suffered the ailment.Shelden Williams was pencilled into the starting lineup in his place.Humphries, 26, is averaging 12.6 points and 10 rebounds through the first...
… as long as he doesn’t aggravate his hamstring while tying his shoes or brushing his teeth before the game.Deron Williams and Kris Humphries are both expected to miss the game, leaving Marshon Brooks and Sundiata Gaines as New Jersey’s two leading scorers.
Got a player you’re thinking of unloading? Any player. It doesn’t matter, because the Nets will probably take him. New Jersey is in dire straights right now and they need bodies; preferably ones who can play, but that’s would just be an added bonus at this point (Already down Brook Lopez, they’re rolling out a [...]
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- New Jersey Nets power forward Kris Humphries is day to day with a sprained left shoulder.
Since being selected fifth overall by the Atlanta Hawks in the 2006 NBA draft, New Jersey Nets reserve big man Shelden Williams has worked his way to a middling career as a 10th or 11th man on seven teams. Never the most talented player, Williams has had to use smarts and his hulking frame to aid defensively and do what he can offensively.
And if you are curious as to what he can...
The Celtics had a putrid first half against the Nets to say the least. The Nets, who were without their two stars were allowed to hang around in the first half thanks to the strong play of rookie Marshon Brooks and took a one point lead into the half 35 34. The Celtics were without [...]
No Deron Williams, no Chris Paul in tonight’s Jazz-Hornets game
By Steve Luhm
The Salt Lake Tribune
Published Jan 2, 2012 06:32PM MDT
Two teams that have lost their All-Star point guards in the past 11 months meet Monday night at EnergySolutions Arena.
The game will be televised on ROOT Sports starting at 7 p.m.
The Jazz, who traded Deron Williams to New Jersey last February...
Guess who's back on top in the Atlantic Division?