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GAME GRADES: Turnovers once again plague the Nets

GAME GRADES: Turnovers once again plague the Nets

BROOKLYN NETS Grade: C+ The Nets didn’t arrive to Indiana until around 3 a.m.Saturday morning. They were once again without forwards Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Demarre Carroll, Treveon Graham, and lost emerging rookie Rodions Kurucs during the game. Despite all that went against them, the Nets competed with Indiana for 36 minutes. The fourth quarter was a different story. Pacers’ Kyle O’Quinn exploded for 14 of his 16 points in the fourth, helping the Pacers pull away from the Nets. Turnovers once again plagued Brooklyn as they gave the ball away twenty times compared to Indiana’s...
NetsDaily Oct 17, 2018
GAME GRADES: Another season. Another heartbreaker for Nets

GAME GRADES: Another season. Another heartbreaker for Nets

BROOKLYN NETS Grade: B- The Nets battled (shout out Avery Johnson), but ultimately came up short against a team they could be competing for a playoff spot with in April. The Nets got off to a rousing start, leading by as much as twelve in the first quarter, but the lack of depth without four key rotation players (Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, DeMarre Carroll, Shabazz Napier, Allen Crabbe) was evident as Detroit battled back to tie the game going into the half. Then, the infamous third quarter woes made a return, with Detroit using their bulk inside to power their way to a 32-25 advantage through...
Nothin' But Nets Oct 16, 2018

Brooklyn Nets: DeMarre Carroll injury to test depth early

DeMarre Carroll will be lost to the Brooklyn Nets indefinitely, as he is set to have surgery on his right ankle. The Nets improved depth will be tested early in the new season. The Brooklyn Nets invested in improving their depth this offseason. That investment will get an early test with news breaking on Tuesday […] Brooklyn Nets: DeMarre Carroll injury to test depth early - Nothin But Nets - Nothin But Nets - A Brooklyn Nets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
ClutchPoints Oct 16, 2018
Nets’ DeMarre Carroll undergoing surgery on right ankle

Nets’ DeMarre Carroll undergoing surgery on right ankle

The Brooklyn Nets have been dealt a blow in the buildup to their season opener against the Detroit Pistons on Wednesday, as veteran forward DeMarre Carroll is set to undergo surgery on his injured right ankle and will be out indefinitely. According to the New York Post’s Brian Lewis, Carroll, who sustained the injury last […] The post Nets’ DeMarre Carroll undergoing surgery on right ankle appeared first on ClutchPoints.
NetsDaily Oct 16, 2018
DeMarre Carroll to undergo ‘procedure;’ Shabazz Napier, Allen Crabbe out

DeMarre Carroll to undergo ‘procedure;’ Shabazz Napier, Allen Crabbe out

This story will be updated as information becomes available Kenny Atkinson told reporters after practice Tuesday that DeMarre Carroll who’s been troubled with ankle pain will undergo a “procedure” which he doesn’t expect to be serious. Kenny Atkinson says DeMarre Carroll will have a procedure done on his ankle today.Doesn't expect it to be serious. #Nets @NetsDaily— Bryan Fonseca (@BryanFonsecaNY) October 16, 2018 That was the biggest, but not the only injury news out of the team’s last practice before they travel to Detroit later Tuesday for Wednesday’s opener vs. the...
NetsDaily Oct 3, 2018
Kenny starts LeVert; says Rondae will return at the 4 upon return

Kenny starts LeVert; says Rondae will return at the 4 upon return

He also discussed the combination of Spencer Dinwiddie and D’Angelo Russell, plus what to expect from Kenneth Faried, Ed Davis and Shabazz Napier In his first pre-game address of the season … okay preseason Kenny Atkinson had plenty to say, since there was plenty ask. After announcing the debut starting line-up of D’Angelo Russell, Allen Crabbe, Caris LeVert, DeMarre Carroll and Jarrett Allen, Atkinson quickly said Rondae Hollis-Jefferson will return to start at the 4 upon his return from injury. “When Rondae’s back fully, I expect Rondae to be in that position and we’ll...
NetsDaily Oct 1, 2018
DeMarre Carroll talks progress, line-ups, at Nets practice

DeMarre Carroll talks progress, line-ups, at Nets practice

Having spent a season now in Brooklyn, DeMarre Carroll thinks he sees something new. He believes the Nets have improved significantly from where they were at this point last season, when a good deal of the core was younger and less experienced. “I definitely believe we got a lot better, a lot of guys, their game has matured,” offered Carroll on Monday, seven days after similarly praising Caris LeVert. “We play really hard. That’s one thing we’re going to pride ourselves on is playing hard, running, getting up and down, using our youth. Hopefully, we can take that into the...
NetsDaily Sep 24, 2018
No pressure, but Nets say Caris LeVert got next

No pressure, but Nets say Caris LeVert got next

Ed Davis, in your short time in Brooklyn who has impressed you the most? “Probably the one guy who I haven’t seen play a lot is probably LeVert. I didn’t really know that he had that much stuff that he can do with the ball, his footwork and things like that.” DeMarre Carroll, you’ve been here a little longer, would you agree? “Caris, I think this is his year. I think this is a breakout year. Not to put pressure on him, but I’ve seen it every day. I’ve seen him work tirelessly in here.” Jared Dudley, you’ve been around for 12 years, what do you think? “I haven’t...
Nothin' But Nets Sep 24, 2018

Brooklyn Nets 2018-19 Primer: DeMarre Carroll looks to duplicate career year

DeMarre Carroll revived his NBA career in his first year with the Brooklyn Nets, putting together a career year at age 31. Entering a contract year, what’s next? Entering his first season with the Brooklyn Nets in 2017-18, veteran forward DeMarre Carroll was looking to get his NBA career back on trade after two disappointing […] Brooklyn Nets 2018-19 Primer: DeMarre Carroll looks to duplicate career year - Nothin But Nets - Nothin But Nets - A Brooklyn Nets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
NetsDaily Sep 23, 2018
Do NBA2k19 ratings matter to players? You be the judge!

Do NBA2k19 ratings matter to players? You be the judge!

Over the past couple of NBA seasons, players have publicly reacted to their NBA 2K player ratings ... and usually not positively. With NBA2K19 now on the market and player ratings and statistics now public, a couple of Nets players have reacted to their player ratings. Here are the full player overall and potential ratings for the Brooklyn Nets via Bryan Fonseca. —D’Angelo Russell: 83 overall, 86 potential —Spencer Dinwiddie: 79, 79 —Rondae Hollis-Jefferson: 78, 79 —Jarrett Allen: 78, 78 —DeMarre Carroll: 77, 78 —Caris LeVert: 76, 79 —Allen Crabbe: 76, 78 —Kenneth...

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