Nets Complete Historic 5-0 Road Trip With Win Over ClippersJames Harden scored 37 points and the Brooklyn Nets held off a furious fourth-quarter rally to edge the Los Angeles Clippers 112-108 on Sunday night for their season-best sixth victory in a row.
Harden, Harris Lead Nets Past Lakers For 5th Straight WinKyrie Irving had 16 points and seven rebounds as Brooklyn easily won this matchup of NBA title contenders and improved to 4-0 on a five-game West Coast road trip even without Kevin Durant.
Nets Rally From 24 Down To Beat SunsHarden scored 38 points, Joe Harris added 22 and the Nets overcame a 24-point deficit to stun the Phoenix Suns 128-124 on Tuesday night.
Irving Scores 40, Harden Triple-Double In Nets Win Over KingsKyrie Irving scored a season-high 40 points, Harden had his fifth triple-double as injured Kevin Durant watched from the bench.
Durant Leads Brooklyn Past Warriors In Golden State ReunionThe Nets had lost three of four but welcomed back Durant after he missed the past three games under COVID-19 quarantine protocols.
Kyrie Irving Has 35 Points, Nets Use Defense To Rout PacersIrving was 17 for 17 from the throw line, career highs in both categories, and Brooklyn led by as many as 36 points.
Grant Scores 32, Pistons Beat Durant-Less NetsIt was the third straight loss for the Nets, who are without Durant because of coronavirus protocols. He can't return until later this week.
Embiid, Simmons Lead 76ers Past Short-Handed NetsJames Harden had 26 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds for Brooklyn, which was without stars Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant.
With Durant Forced To Leave, Raptors Beat NetsDurant’s first game against the Raptors since rupturing his Achilles tendon in the 2019 NBA Finals was a frustrating one for him and a confusing night for everyone.
Irving Scores 39, Nets Cool Off Clippers With WinDurant added 28 points, Harden had 23 points, 14 assists and 11 rebounds, and the three stars scored all the points in the decisive 13-0 spurt.
Nets Blow 5-Point Lead In Final Seconds, Lose Shootout To WizardsBradley Beal and Russell Westbrook hit 3-pointers in a wild 3.8-second sequence in the final seconds to help the Washington Wizards stun Kevin Durant and the Brooklyn Nets 149-146 on Sunday night.