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There’s A New Boat In The Bay – And She’s Beautiful
NBA-worst Nets get much-needed break
The Nets spent most of Wednesday night chasing the Bucks around the Barclays Center.
They never quite caught them.
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NBA-worst Nets get much-needed break
Nets set new standard for home futility
East New York
Prospect Park South
Lopez takes heat for latest Net meltdown
There’s plenty of blame to go around for why the Brooklyn Nets own the worst record in the NBA.
Butler kills Nets’ buzz in Chicago
The Nets were milliseconds away from overtime in their pursuit of posting back-to-back wins for the first time this season Wednesday night in Chicago.
Lin goes down again as Nets end skid
Randy Foye’s buzzer-beating 3-pointer bailed the Nets out Monday night at Downtown’s Barclays Center, but Jeremy Lin’s left hamstring put him back on the bench.
Lin sits as Nets shut down slumping Lakers
Jeremy Lin’s back tightened up Wednesday morning, delaying the point guard’s long-awaited return to the Barclays Center’s herringbone-designed hardwood.
Lin comes up just short in strong return
Jeremy Lin couldn’t quite put the finishing touches on his inspiring return Monday night from a hamstring injury that kept him out of action for the previous five weeks.
Nets hang tough in win over Nuggets
The Nets appeared to be going down a very familiar path Wednesday night at Downtown’s Barclays Center, turning a seemingly easy win into a potentially devastating loss.
Nets losses pile up, on and off the court
The Nets lost before they hit the herringbone-designed hardwood floor at Barclays Center on Monday night.
Then, as per usual, they lost again on it as well.
Kilpatrick’s monster finish ends Nets' skid
For all intents and purposes, this one looked eerily similar to the loss that started the Brooklyn Nets’ season-high seven-game losing streak.
Until Sean Kilpatrick shook off three brutal quarters, that is.
Nets fail to make their ‘point’ against Knicks
Kenny Atkinson has “quarterback” issues.
Nets getting in tune with Atkinson’s ‘motion’
The national pollsters underestimated Donald J. Trump, and the NBA prognosticators, at least through seven games, appear to have done the same with the Brooklyn Nets. …
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