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NetsDaily Aug 23, 2014
It's now crunchtime in international basketball. With five Nets playing in FIBA competition --three in the World Cup, two in FIBA Europe's qualifying tournament-- and one assistant coaching in the Worlds, Brooklyn will be well represented. It's not likely that the three Nets in the World Cup will face each other, barring upsets (plural). Bojan Bogdanovic and Croatia will face former Net Andray Blatche and the Philippines on Opening Day, August 30, in Seville, and Joe Wolf, the Nets new big man coach, will face one of his charges, Mason Plumlee, on September 4 in Bilbao. The two Nets...
Rotoworld Aug 20, 2014
A minor ankle injury caused Andray Blatche to sit out a recent exhibition with the Philippine team Gilas Pilipinas.
NetsDaily Aug 15, 2014
Ohm Youngmisuk takes a look at Kevin Garnett, about to enter his 20th --and perhaps final-- season in the NBA. What can the 38-year-old bring to Brooklyn? The frontcourt will be different this season. Assuming Brook Lopez is healthy, the Nets will have one of the league's best offensive centers in Lopez, a rising star in Mason Plumlee and a rookie big in Cory Jefferson. There will be no Andray Blatche, however. Youngmisuk thinks the return of Lopez and development of Plumlee alone will make things easier for KG. If Lopez is healthy, the Nets won’t have to rely as heavily as they did on...
Nets Blog | ESPN New York Aug 6, 2014
Now that free agency has died down, we're taking a look at where the Nets currently stand position-by-position. Today, we look at center. CENTER New additions: None Returning/on roster: C Brook Lopez, PF/C Kevin Garnett, PF/C Mason Plumlee Gone: PF/C Andray Blatche (remains unsigned), C Jason Collins (remains unsigned) The starter: Lopez. This one is easy. The wild card: Plumlee. Again, we don’t know how Lopez is going to play coming off foot/ankle surgery.
NetsDaily Aug 5, 2014
More than a month after free agency has started, Andray Blatche is still on the market looking for a new home after he declined his player option with the Nets. Blatche has reportedly received interest from the Pelicans and Raptors during the free agency period, and now add the Clippers to the list. Clippers to work out back up Centers this week. Names that will come thru: Andray Blatche, Greg Oden, Andrew Bynum & Emeka Okafor — Jorge Sedano (@SedanoESPN) August 5, 2014 There is no denying Blatche's talent, he averaged 11 points and five rebounds in his second season in Brooklyn last...
Nets Blog | ESPN New York Aug 4, 2014
Now that free agency has died down, we’re taking a look at where the Nets currently stand position-by-position. Today, we look at power forward. POWER FORWARD New additions: PF Cory Jefferson Returning/on roster: PF/C Kevin Garnett, SF/PF Mirza Teletovic, PF/C Mason Plumlee, SF/PF Andrei Kirilenko Gone: PF/C Andray Blatche (remains unsigned) The starter: The Nets could go a number of different ways here. If we had to venture a guess, it’s Teletovic or Garnett.
Miami Heat Blog | South Florida Sun-Sentinel Aug 4, 2014
Q: Ira, I've been trying to guess what Pat Riley is planning in regards to the two remaining roster spots, but I haven't been able to. I don't believe we will trade for a shooting guard from the Knicks, but if we going for wings and bigs why not sign Andray Blatche and Toure Murray? -- Jorge, Los Angeles.
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