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    @SNstats: Most Points Per Game in Eastern Conference: #Raptors - 111.1 #Cavs - 110.6 #Nets - 110.5 #Wizards - 109.2 #Magic - 108.7

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    @PopoChung7: @JLin7 joins the charity ??event of Center For Family Life in Sunset Park Brooklyn today. #Nets

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    @brooklynsbeat: I see #Nets coverage today isn’t on the DLO injury concealment. Do not let BKN bury huge news in a Friday evening news d…

  • @samaier: @warriors Had me worried there for a on to Brooklyn and the #Nets #DubNation

  • @yunggaudi: Couldn’t afford tickets, but now we in the commercials. @giftsof_fortune #brooklyn #nets #basketball #nba

  • @otgbasketball: NEW!! The Brooklyn Buzz EP. 8 - The Dinwiddie Show - #NBA #Brooklyn #Nets #WeGoHard #podcast

  • @eswint22: The #Nets announce that Spencer Dinwiddie is the first player in franchise history to record 25+ points, 6+ three-pointers ma…

  • @brooklynsbeat: hard not to love this #Celtics team and how they get after it. I know as a #Nets fan I sure do.

  • @OTG_NICK: NEW! @TheJManJBT and I talk about last night's win and D'Lo surgery - #nba #nets #brooklyn #podcast

  • @NYPost_Lewis: A new point guard emerges from #Nets' injury hell. Dinwiddie on @dloading: "We won it for him." v…

  • @EmpireWritesBck: The #Nets need to replace D'Angelo Russell and Spencer Dinwiddie could be the guy. #BrooklynGrit

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  • Dinwiddie scores 25, leads Nets over Jazz, 118-107

    With D'Angelo Russell sidelined indefinitely after knee surgery, Spencer Dinwiddie stepped up for the Brooklyn Nets. Dinwiddie scored a career-high 25 points hours after Russell's operation, and the Nets beat the Utah Jazz 118-107 on Friday night. 'I think as a starter, and as a point guard in my position, you try to lead,' Dinwiddie said.
    18 Nov @ 4AM

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  • The Trail Blazers don’t need to panic … yet

    The Portland Trail Blazers had a rough summer. The team didn’t have the cap room to sign any big time free agents, nor were they part of any major trade that would have landed them a rotation player or a draft pick. Allen Crabbe, matched on an RFA deal in 2016 as future trade spec, went to the Brooklyn Nets in exchange for an exception the team could use.
    13 Nov @ 6PM

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  • D'Angelo Russell's injury leaves hole at point guard for Brooklyn Nets

    D’Angelo Russell has come roaring out of the gates during the first four weeks of his first season with the Brooklyn Nets, averaging a career-high 21 points per game. For a franchise that dealt with Jeremy Lin’s ruptured patellar tendon on opening night, that image gave Nets fans a scare. D’Angelo Russell’s injury isn’t as serious as initially feared.
    13 Nov @ 12AM

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  • Mitchell scores 26 to help Jazz beat Nets 114-106

    Donovan Mitchell made the most of his opportunity in place of the injured Rudy Gobert. Mitchell scored 26 points, including four in the final minute, to lead the Utah Jazz to a 114-106 win over the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday night. Without Gobert, who sat with a bruised knee, Derrick Favors had season highs of 24 points and 12 rebounds and the Jazz snapped their four-game losing streak.
    12 Nov @ 8AM

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  • Vince Carter hopes his jersey finds a home in the Toronto Raptors' rafters

    Vince Carter is staring into his NBA twilight and fondly remembers his years as a Toronto Raptor. A grayer, wiser and gravity-bound Vince Carter is still alive and kicking from his hammock underneath the cool shade of the Sacramento Kings bench. Of course, I’d like for [the Raptors] to retire my jersey.
    12 Nov @ 2AM

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  • Jazz seek solutions for shooting slump againist Nets

    Offensive struggles have reached a new low for Utah. It doesn't bode well with the Brooklyn Nets coming to Salt Lake City on Saturday fresh off a 101-97 win over Portland on Friday night. "Whether it's confidence, continuity or connectivity or whatever the case is, we just have to grind through it," Jazz coach Quin Snyder said.
    11 Nov @ 11PM

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  • Russell has 21 points, Nets beat Trail Blazers 101-97

    D'Angelo Russell knew that the difference for Brooklyn against Portland's duo of Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum was going to be the defense. Russell had 21 points, including 11 in the fourth quarter, and the Nets snapped a four-game losing streak to the Blazers with a 101-97 victory Friday night. DeMarre Carroll added 16 points and Allen Crabbe had 12 in his first trip back to Portland since he was traded to the Nets in the offseason.
    11 Nov @ 11PM

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  • Blazers look to bounce back vs. wounded Nets

    The Brooklyn Nets did not figure to be a playoff team anyway when the regular season began. First there was the season-ending patella tendon injury to starting point guard Jeremy Lin -- in the opener at Indiana. Lately, it's been the Nets' big men who have gone down -- forwards Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (hip) and Trevor Booker (back), as well as their best rim-protector, rookie center Jarrett Allen (foot).
    10 Nov @ 4AM

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  • Retiring gay pioneer Robbie Rogers was the best icon soccer could have hoped for

    After the LA Galaxy had won the 2014 MLS Cup, with Robbie Rogers starting at left back, Barack Obama gave him a special mention during the president’s speech when he welcomed the team for its then-customary champions’ visit to the White House. “I want to recognize what Robbie Rogers of the Galaxy has done for a lot of people by blazing a trail as one of professional sports’ first openly gay players,” Obama spoke.
    8 Nov @ 5AM

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  • Booker scores 32, Suns rally late to beat Nets 122-114

    When Brooklyn ran off 17 straight points to erase an 18-point deficit in the third quarter, Phoenix guard Devin Booker thought back to last season, when his teammates often bickered among themselves when they faced huge deficits. This time, the Suns remained steady. The Nets added another spurt to lead in the fourth quarter, but behind 32 points from Booker and a stellar final period by T.J. Warren, the Suns rallied to beat Brooklyn 122-114 on Tuesday night.
    2 Nov @ 8AM

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