Nets Fall In Season Opener To Celtics 122-117Isaiah Thomas had 25 points and nine assists, Jae Crowder added 21 points and Al Horford pitched in 11 in his Boston debut on Wednesday night as the Celtics survived a late scare to beat the Brooklyn Nets 122-117 in their season opener.
Lichtenstein: Nets Have Further To Fall Before Turning It AroundIn their first four years in Brooklyn, the Nets have gone from 49 wins, to 44, to 38, and finally to last season’s 21-61 dumpster fire. You would think we’ve hit rock bottom, right?
Nets Waive Yogi Ferrell, Roster Stands At 15The Brooklyn Nets have waived guard Yogi Ferrell to reduce their roster to the limit of 15.
Nets Season Preview: Lin Gets Chance To Lead Rebuilding Team In BrooklynJeremy Lin was briefly the biggest thing in the Big Apple, maybe in all of basketball, the last time he played in New York.
Keidel: It's A Trying Time For NYC-Area Sports FansIf it's any indication of the NYC area sports scene, WFAN's Boomer & Carton were talking Yale soccer Wednesday morning.
Lichtenstein: Atkinson Mulls Options As Nets Hit Preseason Halfway PointJust five players returned from last season’s 21-61 abomination, and of the newly signed replacements, only point guard Jeremy Lin came with high expectations.
Lichtenstein: Rebuilding Nets Have No Choice But To Go All-LinWith literally every expert forecasting a miserable season ahead for the Nets, the players were unanimous in telling the media day attendees on Monday that they don’t mind flying below the radar.
AP Source: Kevin Garnett Plans To Retire After 21 SeasonsKevin Garnett has decided to retire after 21 seasons in the NBA, leaving a legacy as one of the best defensive players in league history and one of the game's most influential and intense competitors.
Lichtenstein: Nets Betting Culture Change Will Eventually Lift FranchiseIt has been a sharp descent for the Nets these last few years, but they say they have a plan to help them make the climb back up.
Lichtenstein: Lin Promises Nets Competency, Not Lin-sanity Part IIBrooklyn general manager Sean Marks may have landed his top target in Jeremy Lin during this recent free agency period, but the overall talent upgrade from last season’s 21-61 abomination was not overly significant.
Nets Formally Introduce Jeremy Lin, Other New FacesLin comes to Brooklyn as the starting point guard for the Nets. He's reuniting with coach Kenny Atkinson, the former Knicks assistant coach who helped him develop.
Lichtenstein: Nets' Bargain Pickups All Part Of Marks’ PlanIn case you missed all the news, the Nets signed a bunch of players to short-term contracts this week to round out their roster for the upcoming season.

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