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    @BenStinar: D’Angelo Russell working on mid-range shot with #Nets assistant coach Jaque Vaughn.

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    @BenStinar: Spoke to #Nets Jarrett Allen about being part of the prestigious list for the first two games of a season. Double-double w…

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    @SportsHosts: What an incredible opening game between @BrooklynNets @NYknicks! Amazing hosts Henry, Effie & Jose showing off the #Nets t…

  • @NYPost_Lewis: Kenny Atkinson said he expects Rondae Hollis-Jefferson to rejoin the #Nets before their game vs the #Cavs

  • @NYPost_Lewis: Atkinson said x-rays are negative on Kurucs’ ankle. Just a mild sprain #nets

  • @OTG_NICK: LeVert is a BALLER #Nets

  • @BryanFonsecaNY: Star making stuff in the final two minutes from @CarisLeVert. The huge step-back three, the game-winner shot, which co…

  • @nsbernstein: Where #Brooklyn at? They sent me a really nice #blanket thank you #Nets #basketball #baitshophoops @ Neil: Sports & Talen…

  • @joe_manniello: Newsday's Saturday Back Page LeVert's basket with 1 second left lifts Nets to thrilling win over Knicks @NewsdaySports @…

  • @NetsRepublic: New: Brooklyn Nets vs New York Knicks Postgame Takeaways 10/19/18 - #Nets #WeGoHard

  • @NYDNSports: "The kid is a big-time talent. He really had a good game.” #Knicks coach David Fizdale had high praise for Caris LeVert af…

  • @BryanFonsecaNY: I think fans, media and others can agree: Watching Caris LeVert become whatever he's about to become is fun as well.…

  • @Blacketologist: While #Nets fans are all talking about Caris LeVert - rightfully so, after being the best player on the court last nigh…

  • @NYPost_Lewis: Treveon Graham (Left Hamstring), RHJ (Personal), Shabazz Napier (Right Hamstring), Alan Williams (Right Ankle), DeMarre C…

  • @NYPost_Berman: #Nets, #Knicks was good battle last night but better battle will be for free agents in July

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  • NBA X-factors: Tatum, Ingram, Fultz and more players and storylines to watch this season

    As a new NBA season gets underway, there are certain things we already know will happen. LeBron James will be the best player, the Warriors will be the best team and so on. The big picture rarely surprises in the NBA.
    21 Oct @ 5AM

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  • Watch Caris LeVert’s game-winning layup lifting Nets over Knicks 107-105

    NEW YORK (AP) —  Caris LeVert‘s driving layup with a second left gave him a career-high 28 points and the Brooklyn Nets their first victory of the season, 107-105 over the New York Knicks on Friday night. Give @CarisLeVert the ????????
    21 Oct @ 5AM

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  • NBA vet Willie Reed goes No. 1 overall in G League draft

    Willie Reed was the No. 1 pick Saturday in the G League draft, his rights going to the Salt Lake City Stars. The 28-year-old Reed has spent parts of three seasons in the NBA, appearing in 152 games with the Brooklyn Nets, Miami Heat, Los Angeles Clippers and Detroit Pistons.
    21 Oct @ 5AM

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  • Celtics, Knicks renew rivalry after tough losses

    A day after losing a heartbreaker to the Brooklyn Nets, the New York Knicks host one of the Eastern Conference favorites as the Boston Celtics travel to Madison Square Garden on Saturday night. Caris LeVert dropped in a layup with one second left in the game, two of his career-high 28 points, and New York took a 107-105 loss at Barclays Center on Friday night. A Tim Hardaway Jr. fadeaway 3-point attempt clanked off the backboard and the Knicks dropped their first game of the season, after blitzing the Atlanta Hawks in a 126-107 win on Wednesday in new head coach David Fizdale's first win with the team.
    21 Oct @ 5AM

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  • LeVert's basket gives Nets 107-105 win over Knicks

    Caris LeVert had the ball in his hands in the final seconds and the chance to give his team the lead. LeVert's driving layup with a second left gave the Brooklyn Nets their first victory of the season, 107-105 over the New York Knicks. LeVert had a career-high 28 points, surpassing the 27 points he scored Wednesday night in Detroit in a close loss.
    20 Oct @ 9PM

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  • Knicks-Nets clash comes with big buildup

    These days, the rivalry between the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets can be defined by rebuilding projects and getting their respective rosters on the road to playoff contention. With getting wins among the focus of the rebuilding projects, the intracity rivals get together for the first time this season Friday when the Knicks visit the Nets. The Nets last made the playoffs in 2015 and are coming off their fourth straight losing season.
    19 Oct @ 6PM

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  • Nets could have point guard conundrum between D’Angelo Russell and Spencer Dinwiddie

    With D'Angelo Russell sidelined by a knee injury much of last season, Spencer Dinwiddie stepped in as the Nets’ starting point guard and played better than the more ballyhooed Russell ever has. Russell could do nothing but watch as another viable contender emerged for the job everyone assumed was Russell’s to grow into. “Guys are thirsty for opportunity in this league,” Russell said.
    13 Oct @ 9AM

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  • New Raptors Leonard, Green paying early dividends on both ends of the court

    It’s one thing to get excited about how the Kawhi Leonard-DeMar DeRozan trade improves the Raptors on both offence and defence, but it’s another thing to see that winning formula come together on a basketball court north of the border. Raptors fans got a pretty good taste of what Leonard and Danny Green can do during Wednesday night’s 118-91 preseason win against the Brooklyn Nets in Montreal. The former San Antonio Spurs didn’t exactly stuff the stat sheet, but they contributed admirably in a few categories that will surely please head coach Nick Nurse.
    12 Oct @ 4AM

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  • Nets want to be better, but probably still won't be good

    The Nets are content to do things slowly, knowing there are no quick fixes to the problems their former win-now attitude created. 'I think that's the theme,' coach Kenny Atkinson said. Brooklyn did that last season, making a seven-win improvement that trailed only Philadelphia among Eastern Conference teams.
    11 Oct @ 3PM

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  • Nets come out ahead in busy summer’s Dan Feldman is grading every team’s offseason based on where the team stands now relative to its position entering the offseason. A ‘C’ means a team is in similar standing, with notches up or down from there. Timofey Mozgov, Dwight Howard
    8 Sep @ 6AM

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