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The Brooklyn Nets may have dropped Sunday's contest, 97-88, against the visting Milwaukee Bucks, but Nets forward Gerald Wallace did provide this highlight moment during the defeat.Watch as the veteran receives the ball at the top of the key, pump fakes a shot, dribbles, drives, and then finishes the whole ordeal with an authoritative flush. The Barclays Center crowd, and the announcers, went nuts.
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Fans of the Brooklyn Nets were hoping to have their center Brook Lopez back for their rematch with the hot new York Knicks. Unfortunately for them, Lopez will be out yet again, according to the Nets PR Twitter account.Brook Lopez will not play tonight vs NY— Nets PR Dept. (@Nets_PR) December 11, 2012 Other tweets from Brooklyn Nets beat writers brought about news of Lopez'...
The Brooklyn Nets got some encouraging news yesterday ahead of their big match-up against the cross-town rival Knicks. Their center, Brook Lopez, returned to practice yesterday and could be ready to play as the Nets take on the Knicks in Brooklyn. According to Mike Mazzeo of ESPN New York, Lopez was able to participate in a 5-on-5 practice Monday afternoon. He will be a game...
Brooklyn Nets coach Avery Johnson admitted Sunday that center Brook Lopez is recovering slower from a mild right foot sprain than the team initially expected.
Lopez missed his fifth straight game on Sunday night against the Milwaukee Bucks. He is still not ready to practice despite suffering the injury on Nov. 28.
“I think it’s approaching that point now, because obviously...
The Nets announced Tuesday morning that Brook Lopez will not play against the Knicks tonight at the Barclay’s Center. This will be the sixth straight game Lopez has missed after suffering a mild sprain to his right foot in Boston.
J.R. Smith absolutely blew up Gerald Wallace today during the Knicks 100-97 comeback win over the Brooklyn Nets. Gerald came down the lane for a rebound and J.R. was having none of it, so he decided to stick it to Wallace for no good reason. The result was Wallace on the ground in a great deal of pain.
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Knicks @ Nets: ESPN 7pm
Knicks enter the Barclays Center for the second time this young season. The Nets got the upper hand in the last match-up with an overtime win. NY and Brooklyn battled back and forth in an evenly matched game in November, but NY ran out of gas in the extra period and the Nets went home with a hard fought win.
This time around NY is firing on all cylinders...
The Brooklyn Nets could be getting the help they need to break a four-game slide in time for another visit by the New York Knicks.
Brook Lopez turned in a big game the first time these Atlantic Division rivals met and could be back for Tuesday night's matchup.
Brooklyn (11-8) won 96-89 in overtime over New York (15-5) at home on Nov. 26. The game was originally scheduled as...
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New York Knicks vs. Brooklyn Nets:
The Knicks will look to get some revenge in round two of the Battle of the Boroughs as they travel to Brooklyn to take on the Nets. The first time around, the Nets won a hard fought overtime game 96-89. In the first meeting, it was the Knicks who were not at full strength; tonight it will be the Nets who will be...
NEW YORK - The game was only four minutes old Sunday night, but it looked as if the Brooklyn Nets were going to run the Milwaukee Bucks right out of the Barclays Center. The Nets, who have been struggling of late, jumped out to an 11-2 lead, doing a little bit of everything to secure that lead. It caused Bucks head coach Scott Skiles to call a timeout and address his team. ...
Maybe a new home and look will get the Brooklyn Nets over the hump against the Milwaukee Bucks.
The Nets go for their first win in this series in nearly four years as they host the Bucks on Sunday night.
Milwaukee has won the past 11 meetings, with its last loss coming March 3, 2009, but those all came when the Nets were based in New Jersey. Those games also were before Brooklyn...
The Brooklyn Nets (11-8) are coming off their worse loss of the season to the hands of the Milwaukee Bucks now (10-9), who now have beaten the Nets 12 consecutive times. The Nets jumped out to a 11-2 lead, then everything went downhill from there. The Bucks climbed to a 17 point lead at halftime [...]
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