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Tobias Harris trade adds to Nets’ deadline frustration

NY Post (Joseph Staszewski) — The Nets may have just lost two All-Star caliber power forward targets this week. Or at least they will have to try and pry them from different teams. Brooklyn had interest in Kristaps Porzingis and Tobias Harris, and after the Knicks shockingly shipped the injured unicorn to the Mavericks last week, the Clippers traded Harris...
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Nets’ Spencer Dinwiddie opts to have thumb surgery

NY Post (Post Sports Desk) — Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie will have surgery Monday to repair torn ligaments in his right thumb, according to ESPN. He is expected to be out three to six weeks for a Nets team that has won 20 of its past 25 games, including beating the rival Knicks at Barclays Center on Friday night. His other...
  • 50 days ago
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Rondae Hollis-Jefferson takes a licking and keeps on ticking

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — Rondae Hollis-Jefferson looked like a heavyweight (OK, at least cruiserweight) fighter after the Nets’ 109-99 win over the Knicks on Friday at Barclays Center. One game after being forced off the court with a shoulder injury, he took tons of punishment, hit the deck twice and was badly bloodied, needing four stitches over his right...
  • 51 days ago
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Nets now know they’re ‘supposed to win’ vs. the Knicks

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — When Spencer Dinwiddie proclaimed his Nets the better New York City basketball team in August, Knicks fans got triggered. Everything that has happened since the last meeting between the teams — Dec. 8 — has proven Dinwiddie right, but it hasn’t done a thing to ease the Knicks fans’ saltiness. With the teams set to...
  • 52 days ago
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Nets’ Spencer Dinwiddie dealt mystery thumb injury out of nowhere

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — The Nets’ Spencer Dinwiddie is being evaluated for a right thumb injury. The team confirmed the injury and listed the point guard as questionable for Friday night’s home game against the rival Knicks. As of late Thursday afternoon, Dinwiddie was still being diagnosed. Losing him for any length of time would be a major blow...
  • 52 days ago
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This grueling stretch will put Nets’ playoff hopes to real test

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — Beating up on cellar dwellers like the Knicks is one thing, but taking on heavyweights like Toronto, Boston and Houston is another. The Nets caught a 122-105 beating in Toronto to start off this grueling three-game gauntlet. And if they don’t want one rout to fester into a full-fledged slump, they knew they had better...
  • 64 days ago
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Atkinson goes back to the board to fix Nets’ rebounders

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — PHILADELPHIA — For Nets coach Kenny Atkinson, discerning his team’s biggest weakness has been a lot easier than dealing with it. Getting hammered on the glass led to the Nets’ eight-game losing streak, but they bounced back to outrebound the league-leading Raptors and rival Knicks in back-to-back wins heading into Wednesday’s game against the 76ers....
  • 96 days ago
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Healthy Rondae Hollis-Jefferson is fixing Nets’ biggest problem

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — Rondae Hollis-Jefferson is finally starting to feel — and play — like himself. It’s probably no coincidence that the Nets’ sieve-like defense is finally starting to come around a little as well. The Nets snapped an eight-game losing skid with wins over league-leading Toronto on Friday and at the rival Knicks a day later. Those...
  • 97 days ago
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Why this early homestand is a potential cliff for Nets’ season

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — The Nets have lost three straight, the last to a sorry Knicks team without All-Star Kristaps Porzingis, minus lottery pick Kevin Knox and with noted Nets-killer Enes Kanter coming off the bench. If the Nets (2-5) don’t want to see that skid hit four, five or even six, they’ll need to make sure they’re not...
  • 138 days ago
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Nets can’t figure out how this crusher happened

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — From Spencer Dinwiddie calling the Nets the city’s best team to D’Angelo Russell saying the Knicks are a team they’re supposed to beat, clearly the Nets came into the Garden thinking Monday was a game they should win. But it was the Nets that took the beating in this one. Again. The Nets got thrashed...
  • 139 days ago
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Caris LeVert looking like real deal

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — In the Nets’ season-opening loss in Detroit, Caris LeVert saw a career night end with a turnover on the pivotal last-minute play. When he got another chance in Friday’s home opener, he capped another career-night with the game-winner. The Nets came from behind to pull out a 107-105 win over the Knicks before a sellout...
  • 149 days ago
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Allen Crabbe ready to grant Nets’ wish for more 3-point attempts

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — Kenny Atkinson said he wished the Nets would have attempted at least 13 more 3s in their season-opening loss to the Pistons on Wednesday night in Detroit. Allen Crabbe will happily help fill that void. The shooting guard is likely to make his season debut Friday against the Knicks after missing time with a left...
  • 150 days ago
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Nets training camp mystery making case for more minutes

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — Rodions Kurucs had waited so long for his first put-back dunk he may have gotten a bit carried away Friday night, hanging on to the rim a little extra before slapping the backboard in the Nets’ preseason finale against the Knicks at the Garden. “I just was hyped up,” Kurucs said with a grin Sunday...
  • 154 days ago
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Reinforcements could be coming just in time for Nets

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — The Nets were without three starters — Allen Crabbe, DeMarre Carroll and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson — in Friday’s preseason finale victory over the Knicks. But it sounds like they could get at least two, and possibly all three, back for the regular-season opener Wednesday at Detroit. Carroll and Hollis-Jefferson seem on pace to be ready to...
  • 156 days ago
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Nets guard backs up his big talk in solid win over Knicks

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — Maybe Spencer Dinwiddie was right. After the point guard insisted his Nets were better than the Knicks, and reiterated that claim this week, Brooklyn closed out the preseason with an authoritative 113-107 win over its rivals at the Garden on Friday. Preseason results don’t count in the standings, but the performance — in which the...
  • 156 days ago
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