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Nets’ schedule is out, and they better get their wins early

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — The NBA released its full 2018-19 schedule, and the Nets are going to pay for a soft middle of the slate with a brutal end to the season. The Nets tip off Oct. 17 in Detroit, and will play host to the rival Knicks two days later in their home opener at Barclays Center. A...
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Rodions Kurucs wants to play with Porzingis and ‘beat his ass’

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — Rodions Kurucs, the Nets’ second-round draft pick, said Friday he hopes to play alongside countryman Kristaps Porzingis on the Latvian national team, and plans to kick his butt when Brooklyn faces the Knicks. “I don’t know him that much. We spoke some time. I didn’t play with him [for Latvia] … I hope to play...
  • 93 days ago
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Nets’ G-League coach joins Team USA sideline

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — Long Island Nets head coach Ronald Nored was named an assistant for the USA’s World Cup Qualifying Games this summer. Nored — who coaches the Nets’ G-League affiliate — and former Georgetown head coach John Thompson III will assist former Knicks coach Jeff Van Gundy on the USA Basketball Team that will play in the...
  • 138 days ago
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Nets rebound from debacle vs. Knicks to outgun 76ers

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — Kenny Atkinson wanted his Nets to give a bounce-back effort after Tuesday’s stinker against the Knicks. Jahlil Okafor and Nik Stauskas wanted to get a win in their first meeting with the 76ers team that traded them to Brooklyn. For a change, everybody on the Nets got what they wanted as Spencer Dinwiddie and D’Angelo...
  • 235 days ago
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Nik Stauskas gets shot to show 76ers what they’re missing

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — None of the Nets should lack for motivation after the 111-95 beating they took from the Knicks on Tuesday night at the Garden. But Nik Stauskas and Jahlil Okafor have a little extra added incentive for Wednesday’s game against the 76ers, their first meeting with the Philadelphia team that traded them away last month. “I...
  • 236 days ago
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Carmelo Anthony: Missing All-Star game is part of ‘sacrifice’

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — OKLAHOMA CITY — Carmelo Anthony’s lengthy string of All-Star games will end this year after eight straight, having not been picked for next month’s game. It’s hardly a shock, with an aging Anthony having his worst statistical season. But he knew the minute he came to Oklahoma City in a trade from the Knicks, that...
  • 243 days ago
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Spencer Dinwiddie apologizes to the Nets after struggling again

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — Spencer Dinwiddie had his third straight dodgy game. He had a career-high 13 assists, but shot 3-of-13 and missed two huge late free throws as the Nets lost, 100-95 to the Spurs at Barclays Center on Thursday night. “For the past three games, I’ve been broke,” Dinwiddie said. “Washington and obviously the Knicks game got...
  • 249 days ago
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Nets receive blunt reminder of how badly they played vs. Knicks

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — On the court, it was a light day for the Nets. Off of it, something else entirely. “Today was very tough,” coach Kenny Atkinson said. He spent a good portion of Tuesday’s practice illustrating what went wrong in the fourth quarter of Monday’s ugly, 15-point home loss to the Knicks, in which Atkinson believed “we...
  • 250 days ago
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D’Angelo Russell doesn’t need to get in the game to have impact

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — For the first time in more than two months, D’Angelo Russell had an impact on a game — albeit it wasn’t how the Nets had hoped — picking up a technical foul from the bench in a 119-104 loss to the Knicks. Russell didn’t play Monday at Barclays Center, despite a report claiming he would....
  • 251 days ago
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Frank Ntilikina not only 19-year-old thriving in New York

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Hey, how about that 19-year-old NBA rookie playing in New York? No, not the Knicks’ Frank Ntilikina. The other one, the Nets’ Jarrett Allen. The 22nd pick in June’s draft, Allen is providing the Nets with the most important element in a rookie season — progress. He’s just getting better with experience. The 6-foot-10 ½,...
  • 278 days ago
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Nets got pushed around and lost their home court to Knicks

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — First the Nets saw the Knicks fans take over Barclays Center. Then the Nets let their rivals take over the game. Brooklyn got beaten up and battered around in a 111-104 loss to the Knicks on Thursday night. “Similar to the first game, they turned up their pressure, their physicality, really. They were the much...
  • 283 days ago
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Nets couldn’t take advantage of opportunity vs. wounded Knicks

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — The Nets caught a break Thursday night when Kristaps Porzingis, the Knicks’ shot-blocking star, left early in the second half. But they couldn’t buy a shot, and couldn’t cash in. The Nets kept settling for long jumpers, and kept missing them, falling 111-104 before a sellout crowd of 17,732 at Barclays Center. “I think a...
  • 283 days ago
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A personal rivalry is brewing inside the Knicks-Nets battle

NY Post (Alex Squadron) — Within the Nets-Knicks rivalry, a mini-rivalry is brewing. Forwards Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Kristaps Porzingis, members of the same draft class, will meet for the eighth time Thursday night when the Nets host the Knicks at Barclays Center. “I know [Porzingis] is my matchup,” Hollis-Jefferson said after Nets practice Wednesday. “Every time we play against each...
  • 284 days ago
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LeBron James’ domination in fourth too much for Nets

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — CLEVELAND — LeBron James had already crowned himself the so-called King of New York after beating the Knicks. And on Wednesday night, King James ruled over the Nets — and the fourth quarter. The Nets already had beaten the Cavaliers earlier this season at Barclays Center. James made damn sure it didn’t happen again at...
  • 305 days ago
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Nets know Nuggets will test their area of ‘big concern’

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — The Nets’ rebounding — or lack thereof — remains a “big concern,” coach Kenny Atkinson said Saturday, especially considering what’s coming next. After being outrebounded, 55-34, in Friday’s loss to the Knicks and allowing 19 offensive boards, the Nets will be in for another test Sunday when the Nuggets and Nikola Jokic come to town....
  • 330 days ago
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