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The Nets’ 3 stars play the same position. Can they make it work?

How do you win games with three point guards on the floor? That’s the question the Nets must answer if they’re going to reach their fullest potential this season. Kyrie Irving and Caris LeVert have returned from each missing more than 23 games due to injury. They rejoined Spencer Dinwiddie on the...
NetsDaily Jan 9, 2020
Caris LeVert working off rust ... and minutes restrictions

Caris LeVert working off rust ... and minutes restrictions

Photo by Mike Stobe/ Kenny Atkinson was on the defensive the other night when because of minutes restrictions imposed by his performance team he couldn’t play Caris LeVert in overtime vs. the Thunder. LeVert had scored 20 points in 22 minutes up to that point, 16 of them in the second half. “That’s how we work,” Kenny Atkinson said. “We were thinking about his long-term health.” “It’s easy to say, ‘Hey, let’s win this game,’ ” Atkinson continued. “But I think you would regret it if something ever happened, so I think it’s a plan that we stick with, we make it...

Caris LeVert can’t save Nets as losing streak hits 7 games following OT loss to Thunder

The Nets are in free fall. Brooklyn’s six-game losing streak increased to seven on Tuesday night in a 111-103 overtime loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder. Injuries can’t be an excuse: Caris LeVert played; Danilo Gallinari did not. LeVert played well. His 22 points in 20 minutes was a welcome sight...
NetsDaily Jan 7, 2020
LeVert benched in OT as Thunder hands Nets 7th straight loss, 111-103

LeVert benched in OT as Thunder hands Nets 7th straight loss, 111-103

Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via The Nets didn’t have Caris LeVert last night against Orlando. And they didn’t have him in when it mattered most against the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Nets took a seven-point lead with 3:44 left in the game. LeVert was cooking and scored 16 of his 20 points in the second half, shooting 7-of-16 in 22 minutes of action. He was the reason why the Nets had the lead in the first place. Then, OKC made their comeback and closed out the fourth on an 8-2 run. The Nets had two chances to win after Chris Paul turned the ball over tied at 101 apiece, 11...
NetsDaily Jan 7, 2020
Live Game Thread: Brooklyn Nets vs. Oklahoma City Thunder, 7:30 PM EST

Live Game Thread: Brooklyn Nets vs. Oklahoma City Thunder, 7:30 PM EST

Photo by Zach Beeker/NBAE via Here we go again. The Nets are home to the Thunder on Tuesday night, after losing in Orlando on Monday, after having lost 6 straight and 7 of their last 8. Oklahoma City, meanwhile, sits at 20-16 and in the thick of it out West. They’ve won 8 of their last 10 games. Yup. WHO: Brooklyn Nets (16-19) vs. Oklahoma City Thunder (20-16) WHEN: 7:30 PM EST WHERE: YES Network + NBA TV (tv), WFAN (radio), Barclays Center (live) Game Preview Caris LeVert will play tonight. He came back on Saturday and played 16 minutes without any setbacks, but sat out last...
NetsDaily Jan 6, 2020
Magic hand Nets their 6th straight loss, 101-89

Magic hand Nets their 6th straight loss, 101-89

Photo by Fernando Medina/NBAE via It’s been awfully hard to watch the Nets. The Orlando Magic handed them their sixth straight loss, 101-89, Monday night at Amway Center. The Nets, once three games above .500 are now three games below .500. Caris LeVert did not play deemed “injury management” after returning on Saturday. The Nets are being cautious with the second night of a back to back on Tuesday. There’s only so much you can say about this one. The Nets couldn’t hit a shot if their lives counted on it, trailing by double digits for a good portion of the first half. Orlando...
NetsDaily Jan 6, 2020
FILM STUDY: Caris LeVert returns!

FILM STUDY: Caris LeVert returns!

Photo by Mike Stobe/ The Book of Genesis lays forth the creation of Earth, this planet we live and thrive on. I’m sure you’ve heard it before; on the first day, God said, “let there be light,” and thus, light was born. On the second, the sky (or firmament as stated in scripture) was created. The third, the ground with vegetation. Day four: the stars, moon and sun. On the fifth day, God created sea creatures and our fluttering friends above. Day six, us! Well, human beings and other land critters. And then, on that final day, God entered the Sabbath, otherwise known as the day of...

LeVert's return from thumb injury can't spark Nets

The slumping Brooklyn Nets got Caris LeVert back from a thumb injury on Saturday night, but it wasn't enough as they fell to Toronto, suffering their fifth straight loss.
NetsDaily Jan 4, 2020
Nightmare in Brooklyn: Nets drop 5th straight in wake of Kyrie Irving news

Nightmare in Brooklyn: Nets drop 5th straight in wake of Kyrie Irving news

Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Caris LeVert dribbled into a defender, stepped back and nailed a three-pointer to put the Nets up by one late in the third quarter. In Brooklyn, a sold-out crowd stood up, filled with hyped-up Nets fans, yelling and cheering for LeVert who suited up for the first time in over seven weeks (thumb surgery). The night would’ve fooled you, perhaps one of the most bittersweet days of the year for the Nets and its fans. LeVert was back and playing well, but superstar point guard, Kyrie Irving, spoke to reporters before the game about...
NetsDaily Jan 4, 2020
Live Game Thread: Brooklyn Nets vs. Toronto Raptors, 6:00 PM EST

Live Game Thread: Brooklyn Nets vs. Toronto Raptors, 6:00 PM EST

Dan Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports Well, the Brooklyn Nets aren’t a very good basketball team at the moment. Winners of just 3 of their last 10 games, the Nets just have been pretty awful as of late. But, good news. Caris LeVert is back. He’ll suit up, finally, on Saturday night against the defending champs Toronto Raptors. The Nets absolutely need him back, no question about it. We don’t yet know how Kenny Atkinson will weave him into the rotation, but at this point any minutes will be helpful minutes. WHO: Brooklyn Nets (16-17) vs. Toronto Raptors (23-12) WHEN: 6:00 PM EST WHERE:...
ClutchPoints Jan 4, 2020
Caris LeVert will play vs. Raptors after missing 24 games, be on minutes restriction

Caris LeVert will play vs. Raptors after missing 24 games, be on minutes restriction

The Brooklyn Nets are listing small forward Caris LeVert as active for Saturday’s game against the Toronto Raptors. LeVert has missed 24 straight games after undergoing surgery to repair ligaments in his right thumb back in November. Nets head coach Kenny Atkinson says LeVert will be on a minutes restriction, although he didn’t reveal the number […] The post Caris LeVert will play vs. Raptors after missing 24 games, be on minutes restriction appeared first on ClutchPoints.
NetsDaily Jan 3, 2020
VIDEO: Pooch on the losing skid, Caris LeVert’s return, lack of transparency with Kyrie Irving and more

VIDEO: Pooch on the losing skid, Caris LeVert’s return, lack of transparency with Kyrie Irving and more

Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Anthony Puccio, aka “Pooch”, touches on all things in the past year, along with all the top Nets players in the past decade in Episode 91 of State of the Nets. For tablet users: State of the #Nets: 4-game losing streak; Caris LeVert’s return; Where is Kyrie?! Q&A https://t.co/aCZdTKVOef— Anthony Puccio (@APOOCH) January 4, 2020 For PC/laptop users: Click here for better quality. +++ STATE OF THE NETS EP. 91 OUTLINE 1:18 - 6:49: Rundown on Nets’ struggles; Importance of having a 2nd playmaker; etc. 6:50 – 7:38: Caris...
ClutchPoints Jan 3, 2020
Nets’ Caris LeVert probable to face Raptors after missing 24 games

Nets’ Caris LeVert probable to face Raptors after missing 24 games

The Brooklyn Nets are listing small forward Caris LeVert as probable for Saturday’s game against the Toronto Raptors. LeVert has missed 24 straight games after undergoing surgery to repair ligaments in his right thumb back in November: #Nets listed Caris LeVert and Garrett Temple as probable to play vs #Raptors on Saturday. — Greg Logan […] The post Nets’ Caris LeVert probable to face Raptors after missing 24 games appeared first on ClutchPoints.
NetsDaily Jan 3, 2020
Glue Guys Podcast: Roster Movement Roulette

Glue Guys Podcast: Roster Movement Roulette

Photo by Vaughn Ridley/ Caris LeVert is back playing for the Brooklyn Nets, the Glue Guys dive into what to expect from LeVert, his impact on Spencer Dinwiddie’s play, and ultimately what it’ll mean when Kyrie Irving comes back (which we are all waiting for). Plus - thoughts on the flurry of roster moves made by Sean Marks: David Nwaba cut, Justin Anderson signed, Henry Ellenson cut. Subscribe on iTunes Stream on Twitch | Follow on Twitter @BKGlueGuys
ClutchPoints Jan 3, 2020
Caris LeVert is returning at just the right time for struggling Nets

Caris LeVert is returning at just the right time for struggling Nets

The Brooklyn Nets are in desperate need of a boost, and they will be getting it on Saturday with the return of a key rotation player. No, it’s not Kyrie Irving, whose shoulder injury that was initially thought to be a minor issue has turned into a major ordeal that has kept him out for […] The post Caris LeVert is returning at just the right time for struggling Nets appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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