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Salt Lake Tribune Feb 9, 2016

Jazz notes: Raul Neto revisits tough matchup against Deron Williams

Dallas • Utah Jazz point guard Raul Neto’s play has been on the uptick. The rookie from Brazil has found a way to be a relevant and consistent threat offensively. He still has defensive issues at times, but for the most part he’s been everything the Jazz have hoped for, especially in the past month. That doesn’t mean Neto hasn’t had his rough patches — or that he doesn’t remember them. Take the last time the Jazz played against the Dallas Mavericks, for example. In a 102-93 loss on Nov. 20, Neto...
NetsDaily Feb 2, 2016

Joe Johnson unsure of his future as Chris McCullough's approaches

Some news Tuesday after the futures of the oldest and youngest Nets -- Joe Johnson, who's 34, and Chris McCullough, who turns 21 Friday. Johnson told beat writers that he has not yet discussed either seeking a trade -- or a post-deadline buyout. But he said he has a meeting with his agent, Jeff Schwartz, to discuss his situation.  Schwartz, of course, is Deron Williams agent and the man who worked out his buyout. Here's the beats' tweets... Joe Johnson said he won't ask for a trade. Is he open to a buyout? "Honestly, I don't even know." Plans to talk with agent in the next week. — Andy...
New York Post Jan 30, 2016

All-Star snub Lopez dominates, but it’s not nearly enough

In his first game since being snubbed for the NBA All-Star Game, Nets center Brook Lopez had game-highs of 28 points and 12 rebounds, adding two blocks. The fact the Nets lost 91-79 to the Mavericks and fell to 12-35 underscored one of the big reasons Lopez didn’t get invited to Toronto. “He’s a highly...
New York Daily News Jan 29, 2016
Nets fall to Mavs as Deron struggles against former team

Nets fall to Mavs as Deron struggles against former team

handler Parsons had 19 points and a season-high 10 rebounds while Deron Williams struggled in his first game against his former team.
NetsDaily Jan 29, 2016

What bench? Mavs defeat Nets, 91-79, as reserves held to TWO points

The Nets knew the ride across the bridge this season would be a long one, especially without Deron Williams. They might be happier on the ride, but that doesn't make it go any quicker. Now they're playing AGAINST Deron Williams, the former face of the franchise now with the Dallas Mavericks. At 12-34, it's something that hasn't been easy to swallow as Williams and the Mavs find themselves in the midst of a playoff race while the Nets find themselves at the bottom of the East during this "bridge year". Williams didn't exactly make the Nets pay, but his team made things harder for the Nets...

Deron Williams on the Nets’ struggles, and front-office shakeup

DALLAS — Deron Williams didn’t like playing in Brooklyn. The Nets’ style of play, and New York City life never suited him. But as Williams prepares to face his former team for the first time tonight, even he’s surprised how …

Deron Williams thriving in clutch as Nets look for solution

Deron Williams thriving in clutch as Nets look for solution
New York Post Jan 28, 2016

Nets may not recognize Deron Williams in long-awaited faceoff

It was befitting Deron Williams’ injury-riddled tenure in Brooklyn that when the Mavericks came to Brooklyn to face his former team, the point guard was hurt and missed the Dec. 23 game at Barclays Center. But when the Nets play Friday in Dallas, they will get to take on their onetime franchise player. Both fired...
SLC Dunk Jan 24, 2016

Former Utah Jazz players Paul Millsap, Deron Williams, Wesley Matthews lead all former Jazzmen this season

There are 30 former Jazzman who have played at least one minute this season. Who is playing well? Who isn't? The Utah Jazz have had an exceptionally high volume of roster turn over over the last few seasons. A lot of us older Jazzfans were used to maybe one or two changes a year when the team was a title contender. Due to the vagaries of the 15 man roster, injuries, contract length dynamics, and personnel decisions -- there have been a lot of guys in and out of a Utah uniform recently. If you include draft picks (even those we don't keep), 10 day contracts, and summer league invites, there...
Posting and Toasting Jan 13, 2016

Nets 110, Knicks 104: "Annoying game."

With Carmelo Anthony sitting out, the Knicks blew a winnable game in Brooklyn despite a great performance from Derrick Williams. Well, that sucked. As we all know, the Nets are not a very good team. Hell, I'll say it: the Nets are a bad team. Regardless, the Knicks played pretty much the entire game from behind, thanks to a combination of abysmal defense beyond the arc and poor shooting. That is, poor shooting by everyone other than Derrick Williams. D-Will attempted to win the damn thing by himself, tying his career high with 31 points. But again, his effort alone (and it really did feel...

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