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Crabbe closing in on Nets three-point record

Four more. That’s all Allen Crabbe needs —four more makes from three-point range— to break the Nets (New Jersey or Brooklyn) all-time single season record of 169 set by Deron Williams in 2012-13. Crabbe, who hit 4-for-7 from three in Monday’s 118-115 win over the Memphis Grizzles, now has 166 makes this season, by far the most he’s had in his career for one single campaign. Last...
Via Nets Daily
5 hours ago

D’Angelo Russell finally willing to work on other side of his game

The Nets bet big on D’Angelo Russell. They gave up their all-time leading scorer Brook Lopez, a first-round pick that became Kyle Kuzma and tons of cap space to carry Timofey Mozgov, all to land Russell. They’re banking on not just the player the 22-year-old guard is today, but what he’ll become tomorrow. Russell has...
Via New York Post
18 hours ago

Nets find a way to put together first win streak since January

The tanking Grizzlies handed the Nets a game Monday. And despite defense so poor they nearly handed it back, the Nets pulled out a 118-115 victory — and their first winning streak since January. It’s a modest one, at two games. And that came against a tanking last-place team that sat its best player, Marc...
Via New York Post
20 hours ago

WATCH: Caris LeVert drops 22 pts as Nets beat Grizzlies 118-115

Nets guard Caris LeVert goes 4-4 from behind the arc en route to a 22-point performance Monday night in Brooklyn.
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21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Nets barely escape against tanking Grizzlies, 118-115

BROOKLYN, N.Y. — You’re tanking too? Welcome to Brooklyn! The Grizzlies, playing without Marc Gasol and Mike Conley, gave the Nets a run for their money despite winning just 19 games this season – an NBA worst. They had lost 19 straight prior to Saturday’s victory over the Nuggets. It wasn’t easy, but the Nets (23-48) had a big fourth quarter and ultimately prevailed, 118-115....
Via Nets Daily
21 hours ago

Crabbe, LeVert lead Nets over Grizzlies 118-115

NEW YORK (AP) — Allen Crabbe and Caris LeVert each scored 22 points and the Brooklyn Nets beat the Memphis Grizzlies 118-115 on Monday night. Rondae Hollis-Jefferson had 16 points and 12 rebounds, and DeMarre Carroll scored 18 points for the Nets, who have two straight wins for the first time since Jan. 19-21. Andrew Harrison, who missed Memphis’ last nine games due to a right wrist...
Via MyNorthwest.com
1 day ago

Isaiah Whitehead’s 26 points in 24 minutes leads Long Island to critical win

Isaiah Whitehead dominated Sunday’s Long Island Nets game vs. the cellar-dwelling Greensboro Swarm, scoring 26 points and grabbing five rebounds in 24 minutes as the Nets affiliate blew out the Hornets affiliate, 126-93. The win was critical for the Nets who are barely in the playoff wildcard picture with three games to go, all of them on the road. Three teams in each G-League conference...
Via Nets Daily
1 day ago

Nets got everything they wanted from DeMarre Carroll

It’s a testament to DeMarre Carroll’s versatility that when the Nets’ frontcourt suffered injuries, the 6-foot-8, 215-pounder started at power forward and even helped at center. It’s a testament to his value that — now finally back at his natural small-forward position — he’s erupted with back-to-back big games, and lifted their entire team. The...
Via New York Post
1 day ago

Brooklyn Nets draft spotlight: Moritz Wagner

University of Michigan big man Moritz Wagner has the potential to be the Nets’ first-round pick in the 2018 NBA Draft, and he might just be the perfect fit. Despite putting up great numbers and being both an inside and outside threat on offense, his family has a background of being Nets fans, something that should make both the Nets and their fans eager to bring him to the team....
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Kenny Atkinson on the Nets win over the Mavericks

Kenny Atkinson on the Nets win over the Mavericks.
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Nets win over the Mavericks reaction

Nets win over the Mavericks reaction.
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New York Notes: Okafor since Nets trade, Lee not happy with Knicks, LeVert progress

Jahlil Okafor hasn’t found much success on the court since being traded to the Nets, but coach Kenny Atkinson believes the big man is simply a “victim of circumstance,” as Brian Lewis of the New York Post relays.“Sometimes it’s just circumstances,” Atkinson said. “I’d say his approach, his buy-in to what we’re doing, has been phenomenal. His buy-in to our performance team and getting...
Via Hoops Rumors
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Brooklyn Nets draft spotlight: Shake Milton

The Brooklyn Nets have made it clear what type of team they want to be. They want to attack the rim, create off on-ball screens, and shoot a lot of threes. After picking a long and athletic big man in Jarret Allen with their first-round pick last season, the nets might be looking to add another versatile guard to their roster with what should be a pick in the 25-30th overall range...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

New York notes: Kanter, Hardaway Jr. defend Hornacek; Lin prepping for next season

Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek may not have a long-term future in New York, but at least two of his players are coming to his defense, relays Marc Berman of The New York Post. Tim Hardaway Jr. and Enes Kanter both offered support for Hornacek after the team’s latest loss, which is part of a 1-13 string.“He’s doing a great job in a tough situation,” Hardaway said of his coach. “Coaches...
Via Hoops Rumors
12 days ago  |  Discuss

D’Angelo Russell ‘kind of expected’ his trade from Lakers

The Los Angeles Lakers’ trade of D’Angelo Russell last offseason came as a shock to many but apparently not as much to Russell himself.In an interview with The Undefeated’s Marc J. Spears that ran on Wednesday, the Brooklyn Nets guard discussed the Lakers sending him packing.“I kind of expected it,” said Russell. “I feel like when a lot of guys get traded, you kind of expect it....
Via Larry Brown Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Atlantic Rumors: Raptors' SF issues; Carroll challenged Dinwiddie; Irving's leadership

The small forward spot continues to be a nagging problem for the Raptors, as Michael Grange of SportsNet details. Two-way player Malcolm Miller got a chance to start on Sunday with OG Anunoby sidelined by a sprained ankle, though he only played 14 minutes. Norman Powell has struggled for most of the season, Grange adds. “That position is probably going to be fluid,” coach Dwane Casey...
Via Hoops Rumors
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Brooklyn Nets: Despite losses, young players continue to develop

For the Brooklyn Nets, it has been somewhat of an ugly season wins and loss wise as they sit at 20-41 and continue to be a perennial bottom feeder in the Eastern Conference. This record would, for most franchises, be cause for major concern. For the Nets, however, they care less about the record than they do what they are seeing on the floor. And what they are seeing on the floor...
Via isportsweb.com
20 days ago  |  Discuss

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