17 days. Eight games. All on the road. Monday night starts the defining portion of the Nets’ schedule.
The Nets have four days off before facing the Hawks, which should give Carlesimo and his staff the time they need to work out the specifics.
I would think that my queasiness was more likely related to undercooked meat, but, then again, the Nets did emit a malodorous stench with their play in Philly.
Brook Lopez and Andray Blatche each scored 18 points, Deron Williams added 17 and the Brooklyn Nets won their third straight game with a 93-80 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday night.
For the Nets, it’s back to the drawing board. It’s not the first time during this rollercoaster campaign that they’ve had to take a harder look at their inner workings in a search for consistent basketball.
The Nets reportedly had their eyes on Celtics forward Paul Pierce, but Brooklyn’s trade proposal wasn’t enough for Boston to pull the trigger.
There are bad shooting nights. Then there are BAD shooting nights.
What a far cry from the player I watched a few months ago. Of course, when Teletovic plays, that means others don’t.
When MarShon Brooks has his game going, he is a threat to score from almost any spot on the floor.
The Nets won their third straight game after dominating the Kings 113-93. They’re now 5-1 under P.J. Carlesimo
This is as good a weekend as any to see if the Nets learned anything from their initial missteps. I want to see the Nets step on the Magic’s throat and not let go until the game is safely out of reach. Study the Heat film for tips.
Let’s be honest — the days of acceptable losses ended when the team ditched N.J.
In the oft-tormented history of the Nets, there have been only a few seasons as anticipated as this one, their first in Brooklyn. Certainly I can’t think of any since the Jason Kidd-era in N.J.
After playing professional basketball in Europe, the 6-foot-9 Mirza Teletovic has decided to finally come to the United States and give the NBA a try.
The Rockets would get guard Toney Douglas, forward Josh Harrellson, center Jerome Jordan, second-round picks in 2014 and 2015, along with cash to pay Douglas’ salary, according to the report.
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