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    @RCBTweets: Practice like you’ve never won and perform like you’ve never lost. @Sundarwashi5 #cleanHits #nets #flashbackFriday #fbf #pla…

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    @bball_ref: Leaders in Attendance (per game): 1. #Sixers 2. #Mavs 3. #Raptors 4. #Bulls 5. #Heat Bottom 5: 26. #Grizzlies 27. #Hawks 28…

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    @NYPost_Lewis: Treveon Graham stays in the starting lineup at power forward. The #Nets listed LeVert as the staring small forward. Atkin…

  • @BKNNets_Nation: D'Angelo Russell getting plenty of praise from Dwyane Wade #Nets #Wegohard https://t.co/A6UbHEwNiq

  • @BryanFonsecaNY: Joe Harris, picking up where left off. #Nets @NetsDaily https://t.co/FfWgZD2fM6

  • @BryanFonsecaNY: Happy 25th Anniversary, Ian Eagle. #Nets @NetsDaily https://t.co/A7Yl0HRwqC

  • @GreggHenglein: Friday's @NewsdaySports cover: MONEY TALK$ #mets and Jacob deGrom expected to begin contract talks shortly @timbhealey…

  • @BryanFonsecaNY: Kenny Atkinson said the rotation is "game-to-game." Says tonight he didn't find the right line-ups. #Nets @NetsDaily

  • @TheBKN3: The @BrooklynNets honor Ian Eagle (joined by @NoahEagle15 & family) for 25 years of broadcasting #Nets games for @NetsOnYES.…

  • @SprungOnSports: Ian Eagle’s big #Nets night at [email protected]? https://t.co/06TIUWTKjB

  • @MikeVacc: Column: of all the second bananas in town, the #Nets have always been the second-banana-est. Can a fun team and a smart opera…

  • @LACNETS: FACT #1: Neuroendocrine Tumors are a rare cancer that affects about 2.5-5 in 100,000 people. In honor of #RareDiseaseDay 2019…

  • @GregLogan1: #Nets notes say Graham, LeVert, Allen, Harris and Russell are starting vs Blazers.

  • @BryanFonsecaNY: D'Angelo Russell vs Damian Lillard could be fun as hell. #RipCity #Nets https://t.co/KuUfHh8C7A

  • @BruceBeck4NY: Congrats to Ian "The Bird" Eagle on 25 years calling the play-by-play for the @BrooklynNets ! Tremendous broadcaster and…

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  • Everything you need to know from pregame as the Trail Blazers prep for Brooklyn Nets

    The Trail Blazers tip-off the second half of the 2018-19 NBA season with a brutal stretch in their schedule as Portland embarks on a seven-game, East Coast road trip starting with this matchup against the Brooklyn Nets. Before tonight's game tips off, the Trail Blazers players and coaching staff embraced and said their hellos to former teammates Ed Davis and Shabazz Napier while both teams were warming up. Before the game Davis talked about what it was like getting to catch up with his former teammates, "I was there for three years.
    22 Feb @ 2PM

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  • MTN Dew Three-Point Contest | Joe Harris - Round 2

    Joe Harris of the Brooklyn Nets takes on the second round of the MTN Dew Three-Point Contest.
    18 Feb @ 12AM

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  • Joe Harris holds off Stephen Curry in 3-point contest

    Three years ago, Joe Harris got waived. Harris posted a 26-point final round, topping Stephen Curry's 24 and Buddy Hield's 19, to win the middle event of All-Star Saturday Night. “I think you look at the makeup of our Brooklyn Nets team, and it's a lot of guys that were sort of cast off and had a second opportunity,” said Harris, who washed out with the Cavaliers then got sent to the Magic in a trade-and-waive.
    17 Feb @ 1PM

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  • 2019 NBA All-Star Saturday Night: Buddy Hield shines in 3-Point Contest

    NBA All-Star Saturday Night: Buddy Hield shines in 3-Point Contest originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com Taking advantage of his first invitation to the 3-Point Contest at NBA All-Star weekend, Kings shooting guard Buddy Hield put on a show on Saturday in Charlotte. Hield crushed it in the first round, scoring 26 points to advance. He joined Brooklyn Nets guard Joe Harris and Warriors superstar Stephen Curry in the finals.
    17 Feb @ 11AM

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  • 2019 NBA 3-Point Contest: Joe Harris beats out Steph Curry, Buddy Hield

    NBA 3-Point Contest: Joe Harris beats out Steph Curry, Buddy Hield originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com Warriors star Steph Curry made his first nine shots in the finals of the 2019 NBA 3-Point Contest, but that wasn't enough for his second crown in the competition. Brooklyn Nets sharpshooter Joe Harris edged out Curry 26-24 in the finals. Kings guard Buddy Hield was also a finalist, and finished third with 17 points in the final round.
    17 Feb @ 7AM

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  • NBA roundup: Russell lifts Nets over Cavs in 3 OTs

    D'Angelo Russell took over in the third overtime, scoring 14 of his 36 points, and the short-handed Brooklyn Nets outlasted the host Cleveland Cavaliers for a wild 148-139 victory on Wednesday. Russell began the game by missing 10 of his first 11 shots, but he was 6 of 6 in the third overtime and finished 13 of 30 from the floor. After the Nets forced a third overtime on a buzzer-beating 3-pointer by DeMarre Carroll, Russell made a handful of plays to help the Nets snap a four-game road losing streak in their last game before the All-Star break.
    16 Feb @ 6AM

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  • Report: F/C Morris reaches deal to join Thunder

    The courtship of NBA free agent Markieff Morris ended Thursday with the Oklahoma City Thunder reaching an agreement with the power forward, according to The Athletic. Morris, who averaged 11.5 points and 5.1 rebounds per game for the Washington Wizards this season, was traded to the New Orleans Pelicans on Feb. 7, along with cash and a 2023 second-round draft pick for forward Wesley Johnson. The Pelicans then waived Morris.
    15 Feb @ 2AM

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  • Antetokounmpo dominates as Bucks rally past Pacers

    Giannis Antetokounmpo posted a triple double with 33 points 19 rebounds and 11 assists as the Milwaukee Bucks extended their longest road winning streak in 33 years with a 106-97 win over Indiana. Antetokounmpo had a hand in every basket by the Bucks in the first quarter and led them back from a 10-point deficit in the fourth. The three-time all-star from Greece carried the NBA-leading Bucks to their seventh consecutive win on the road.
    14 Feb @ 9PM

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  • After getting traded to the Bulls, Otto Porter Jr. is the second-highest paid Chicago athlete

    After getting traded to the Bulls, Otto Porter Jr. is the second-highest paid Chicago athlete originally appeared on nbcsportschicago.com The Bulls traded for Otto Porter Jr. on Wednesday, and he comes from Washington with a big contract. After four years with the Wizards, Porter was a restricted free agent heading into the 2017-18 season. The Brooklyn Nets offered him a max contract at four years, $106.5 million.
    7 Feb @ 7AM

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  • Orlando C Bamba out indefinitely with left leg injury

    Orlando Magic reserve center Mo Bamba will be out indefinitely with a stress fracture in his left leg. The team made the announcement in a news release before the Magic were set to play the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday night. Bamba also missed Friday's game against the Brooklyn Nets.
    6 Feb @ 11PM

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