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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....
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One Net explains his disappearing act vs. Knicks

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — The boxscore said Allen Crabbe played 20 minutes and 22 seconds Friday night, but the Nets’ shooting guard did his best disappearing act. Crabbe put up just two shots, missing both, while tallying one assist and one rebound as he struggled to make an impact in the Nets’ 107-86 loss to the Knicks at the...
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Nets get more good news at this suddenly booming position

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — D’Angelo Russell’s knee is making improvement, with the Nets’ leading scorer expected to be upgraded from doubtful to questionable for Friday night against the Knicks at the Garden. The 21-year-old Russell sprained his right knee during their loss in Orlando, and sat out an upset victory Wednesday over LeBron James and the Cavaliers. The young...
  • 24 days ago
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Caris LeVert is seeing an improvement in key area

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — Allen Crabbe wasn’t the only Net to come back from a sprained ankle Sunday. Caris LeVert also made his preseason debut in the rout of the Knicks, and not only looked healthy but better than ever. “Caris, he definitely didn’t ease his way into the game,” Nets coach Kenny Atkinson said of LeVert. “He came...
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Nets provide first clue on how they’ll use Russell and Lin

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — For those wondering how Jeremy Lin and D’Angelo Russell will coexist, the Nets’ preseason opening 115-107 win over the Knicks offered a glimpse: A point guard platoon. Russell had team-highs of 19 points and four assists in 16 minutes 44 seconds, and Lin added eight points and three assists in 20:54. They started together but...
  • 48 days ago
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Why Nets decided against national anthem protest

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — When the Nets open the preseason Tuesday night against the Knicks, they’re not expected to take part in any protest or other political gesture during the national anthem at the Garden. “We just had a discussion, but we feel like at this point we probably won’t do anything,” point guard Jeremy Lin told The Post....
  • 48 days ago
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Time for talk is over as D’Angelo Russell makes Nets debut

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — For better or worse, the Nets have hitched their wagon to newcomer D’Angelo Russell, and they’ll unveil the face of the franchise in Tuesday’s preseason opener against the Knicks at the Garden. “It’s something good going against new competition. We’ve been going against the same guys all summer, so just to get out there and...
  • 49 days ago
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Nets moving camp to Naval Academy

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — After three years of holding training camp at the U.S. Military Academy, the Knicks moved out of West Point. Meanwhile, the crosstown rival Nets have moved theirs to the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. Tit for tat, tat for tit. The Nets will hold their annual media day Sept. 25 at HSS Training Center in...
  • 69 days ago
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Nets eye this Latvian big man as Kristaps Porzingis answer

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — Kristaps Porzingis’ skill set is so unique, Knicks fans have likened him to a unicorn. Across town, the Nets are eyeing their own rare Latvian find in Pozingis’ old running mate. Anzejs Pasecniks was as highly regarded as Porzingis when they came up through the youth ranks together. He might not quite be Porzingis, but...
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Nets hint at strategy for the next phase of long rebuild

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — Even though Brooklyn has played better since the All-Star break — Thursday’s 121-110 victory over the Knicks was their fourth win in nine games — the Nets know their rebuild isn’t going to be short, quick or easy. It’ll be an arduous couple of years with general manager Sean Marks searching high and low, far...
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Nets celebrate Biggie Night and Hypnotize with Juicy win

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — The Nets came up big on Biggie Night. Brooklyn honored one of the borough’s favored sons, and Billboard’s greatest rapper of all-time, when the Nets celebrated the late Notorious B.I.G. throughout the entire game. Then they beat the rival Knicks 120-112. “Biggie Smalls was definitely in full effect in Brooklyn,’’ said Brooklyn-born Knicks star Carmelo...
  • 253 days ago
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Why the Nets aren’t losing by so much anymore

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — When the Nets play host to the crosstown rival Knicks on Sunday at Barclays Center, it will be the first time the home crowd has seen them since Feb. 15. It has been almost a month, and a pretty busy one. Brooklyn got a needed reset with the NBA All-Star break, then went out on...
  • 254 days ago
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Where Brooklyn at? Nets to honor late rapper with ‘Biggie Night’

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — The Nets might struggle on the court, but they don’t seem to have a problem staying relevant in the entertainment industry. When the Nets finally return home from their long circus trip Sunday by hosting the crosstown rival Knicks, they also will host “Biggie Night,” celebrating the life of Brooklyn-born rapper Biggie Smalls, who died...
  • 256 days ago
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What DeMarcus Cousins trade means for Brook Lopez

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — With the Nets reportedly fielding calls and gauging interest in Brook Lopez as Thursday’s trade deadline approaches, what does Sunday’s DeMarcus Cousins deal do for Lopez’s value or Brooklyn’s odds of trading him? It sure doesn’t help. Not one bit. The Nets aren’t actively shopping Lopez the way the Knicks have Carmelo Anthony. The asking...
  • 273 days ago
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Nets’ young gun’s season saved by documentary on Kobe Bryant

NY Post (Ryan Lazo) — In the first five minutes of Wednesday’s game against the Knicks, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson reminded the Nets’ organization why he could be a key piece in any future success of the franchise. Earning just his third start since Nov. 23, Hollis-Jefferson wasted little time in announcing his arrival, scoring six early points and displaying the tools...
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