1. Billy King's Best and Worst Moves with the Nets

    The Brooklyn Nets have been constructed by general manager Billy King since the 2009-10 offseason. But how has he done in his role as general manager? Here's a look at the five best ...

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  2. Thaddeus Young Is the Three-Point Weapon the Nets Have Needed

    The glamor of what hoped and seemed like yet another second half run to the playoffs has worn off considerably over the past week for the Brooklyn Nets . Yet one thing has remained constant since the All-Star break, Thaddeus Young can play...

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  3. Brooklyn Nets Making Right Call by Finally Reshuffling Lineup

    The only consistency in the Brooklyn Nets ' starting lineup is the inconsistency. Coach Lionel Hollins can't find a starting unit he likes. It seems like half the roster has been benched and then promoted and then benched again...

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  4. Nets' Playoff Hopes Take Another Hit

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  5. Nets Dissappoint in 3rd Straight Loss at Home

    Not sure what to make of this team. What's clear is the Nets have been thoroughly bipolar since the All-Star Break...

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  6. Way to Use Your Head! Lopez Records Odd Assist

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  7. Hollins Talks Change in Clutch Time Strategy

    Joe Johnson gained a quick reputation in Brooklyn for making the huge shots when his team needed them the most.....

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  8. Nets Collapse Again as Suns Eke out OT Win

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  9. Nets Squander 15-Point Fourth-Quarter Lead, Fall to Suns 108-100 in OT

    The Nets said all the right things after Wednesday's humiliating loss to Charlotte that hurled them out of a playoff spot...

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  10. Nets Lose Sloppy Overtime Affair vs. Suns

    Not all good games are close and not all close games are good. The Nets struggled early with the Suns ' transition game, and some sloppy play led to easy Suns layups...

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  11. Brooklyn Nets on Twitter

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  12. Watch: Markel Brown Tomahawks on Alex Len

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  13. After Failed Deadline Deal, The Nets Have A Serious Luxury Tax Problem

    Taxes influence behavior. Time and again corporations, legislators, individuals, and sometimes even entire countries, prove that taxes have the power to nudge business behavior in one direction or another...

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  14. Are the Nets Playing Better Because, Without KG, They're More Relaxed?

    Despite last night's debacle, the Nets are playing better since the trade deadline, going 4-3 and showing a more relaxed brand of ball. Is it because Kevin Garnett , Mr...

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  15. Livingston Talks Returning to Barclays

    Shaun Livingston became a fan favorite in his lone season with the Brooklyn Nets , as a key component of a re-energized starting lineup that finished the season 34-17 and made it to the second round of the playoffs...

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  16. Brook Lopez Has Officially Entered 'So Overrated, He's Underrated' Territory

    People keep saying Brook Lopez hurts the Brooklyn Nets . People are wrong. It's upsetting that Lopez's reputation has taken such a swing...

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  17. Nets Major Step Behind Hornets in Playoff Race

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  18. Williams: 'They Wanted the Game More Than Us'

    INDIANAPOLIS — Just when the Knicks were showing a pulse last weekend, they went belly up on back-to-back nights...

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  19. Hornets Rout Nets 115-91 in Key Game in East Race

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  20. Hollins Takes Issue with Nets Fans Riled Up by Stephen Curry

    There was a sellout crowd at Barclays Center on Monday night, but Nets coach Lionel Hollins wasn't exactly happy with what he was hearing.....

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  21. Chinese and Qatari Buyers Reportedly Interested in Acquiring the Brooklyn Nets

    Chinese investment group Fosun as well as a Qatari government interest are candidates to acquire the Brooklyn Nets , according to a report from the New York Post Monday, but regulation ...

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  22. 5 Ways the Thaddeus Young Trade Has Revitalized the Nets

    The Brooklyn Nets have looked like a different team since their trade for Timberwolves forward Thaddeus “Forever” Young.....

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  23. Jack: 'That's What the NBA Is All About'

    Though handcuffed in part by Ringling Bros. taking over Barclays Center for the better part of February, the NBA schedulemaker surely had a sense of humor when putting together the Nets ' slate...

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  24. Jarrett Jack Buries the Game-Winning Jumper with One Second Left vs. Warriors

    Brooklyn Nets fans have to be feeling good tonight. Jarrett Jack delivered a clutch game-winning two-pointer against the visiting Golden State Warriors on Monday night...

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  25. Watch: Plumlee Picks Curry's Pocket, Slams

    It's never easy to defend Steph Curry, but Mason Plumlee did it about as well as anyone ever will on Monday night...

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