NBA Trade Deadline: D'Angelo Russell To The Knicks?It is the time of year when every injury report causes eyebrows to raise.
Reports: Nets The Front-Runner To Sign Kyrie IrvingKyrie Irving appears ticketed for the Big Apple, but not the borough so many assumed.
Nets Guard D'Angelo Russell Issued Summons For MarijuanaA spokeswoman for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said Russell was issued a summons for possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana and released.
Even After Successful Season, Nets Left With Many Questions Heading Into Free AgencyIt was a surprisingly successful season, though there's plenty of work left for the Nets to do — including deciding whether D'Angelo Russell will have a role.
Russell Has Settled In Nicely As Star, Leader Nets NeedD'Angelo Russell stood high above Times Square, a spot where stars are showcased in New York.
Russell's Big Night Leads Nets Over Celtics 109-102D'Angelo Russell scored 18 of his 34 points in the third quarter and the Brooklyn Nets ended a 10-game losing streak to Boston
Lichtenstein: With Dinwiddie In A Funk, Nets Desperately Need Russell BackD’Angelo Russell can’t return to the lineup soon enough. The Nets guard hasn’t played since injuring his knee in Utah on Nov. 11.
Nets GM Marks On WFAN: D'Angelo Russell Could Return From Knee Injury SoonThe third-year guard, acquired in a trade with the Lakers in June, has been out since injuring his left knee against the Utah Jazz on Nov. 11. He underwent arthroscopic surgery about a week later.
Nets Outscore Jazz As Dinwiddie Steps Up In Russell’s AbsenceWith D'Angelo Russell sidelined indefinitely after knee surgery, Spencer Dinwiddie stepped up for the Brooklyn Nets.
Nets' D'Angelo Russell Has Arthroscopic Surgery On Left Knee The Brooklyn Nets guard D'Angelo Russell had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee Friday.
Lichtenstein: Injuries Again Decimate Nets At Point GuardAll throughout the Nets' 109-102 loss to Boston before a heavily pro-Celtics crowd at Barclays Center on Tuesday, my prevailing thought was, "Well, it could have been worse."
Lichtenstein: Nets Have Talent To Withstand Lin-jury But Will Miss His IntangiblesOverall, Russell is averaging 21 points per game on 51 percent shooting from the floor (including 35.7 percent from 3-point range) in just 28.3 minutes per game.
Lichtenstein: Nets Not Yet Ready To Take The Next StepA year ago, basically every analyst had the Nets destined for a horrific season. And they ended up being right. This season won't be as bad, but it still won't be good.
D'Angelo Russell On WFAN: Nets 'Could Definitely Put Something Together'After finishing with the NBA's worst record last season, the rebuilding Nets will have several new faces aside from Russell -- centers Timofey Mozgov and Jarrett Allen, shooting guard Allen Crabbe, small forward DeMarre Carroll.
Lichtenstein: Developing Nets' Russell Into A Superstar Begins NowThe Nets' only hope of getting a superstar in the foreseeable future is to develop one.