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ClutchPoints Sep 28, 2022
Joe Harris reveals Nets’ important change of focus for 2022-23 season

Joe Harris reveals Nets’ important change of focus for 2022-23 season

The Brooklyn Nets had a long list of obstacles to overcome during a disappointing 2021-22 season. Kyrie Irving’s refusal to comply with New York’s workplace vaccine mandate left Brooklyn without its second-best player for most of the season. Joe Harris played just 14 games before a pair of ankle surgeries ended his year. And Kevin […] The post Joe Harris reveals Nets’ important change of focus for 2022-23 season appeared first on ClutchPoints.
NetsDaily Sep 28, 2022
Three takeaways from Day 2 of Nets training camp

Three takeaways from Day 2 of Nets training camp

Brooklyn’s approach this go-around is a little different compared to years past. Last year, for example, the Nets were, in Joe Harris’ words, “looking down the road” and “feeling the loss from the prior year in the (2020) playoffs and wanting to get back to that point in the (2021) playoffs.” This year, Brooklyn’s focus is cut and dry. The Nets are simply looking to “(have) a good second day of training camp,” said Harris, “and then tomorrow, we’ll have another good day. And we just keep having these building blocks that we’ll build off of, but we’re...
NetsDaily Sep 23, 2022
In ESPN 100 rankings, Nets players drop dramatically, Kevin Durant now No. 8?!?

In ESPN 100 rankings, Nets players drop dramatically, Kevin Durant now No. 8?!?

Kevin Durant famously didn’t like his NBA2K ratings. Wait till he sees this! In its NBARank, ESPN’s annual ranking of the league’s top 100, the Nets new “Big Three” is down, down, down. Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and Ben Simmons have all dropped dramatically. According the worldwide leader, KD is now ranked eighth (down seven spots), Kyrie 33rd (down 13 spots) and Ben 76th (down a whopping 48.) In addition, Joe Harris who was ranked 75th last year didn’t make the Top 100 cut. Seth Curry, however, clocks in at No. 96, but he’s down eight spots from 2021. CBS...
NetsDaily Sep 22, 2022
A confident Ben Simmons tells J.J. Redick: ‘I’ll be great’ and Nets a ‘great fit for what I do’

A confident Ben Simmons tells J.J. Redick: ‘I’ll be great’ and Nets a ‘great fit for what I do’

In an hour and a quarter interview with J.J. Redick and Tommy Alter, Ben Simmons spoke about a lot of things from his philosophy of basketball to his mental health in Philly, but for Nets fans, the big takeaway is this: he’s confident that he’ll be back and in a good place. “I’ll be great,” Simmons said when asked about whether he’s ready on The Oldman and The Three podcast. “I am excited to play with Kev, Ky, Joe Harris, all those guys. We have just an unbelievable team. For me, after the surgery, I knew what it was going to take to get back to where I need to...
NetsDaily Sep 18, 2022
Nets players going extra mile in getting back on the court

Nets players going extra mile in getting back on the court

Joe Harris, Ben Simmons, T.J. Warren, Markieff Morris and maybe Edmond Sumner are all likely to play big minutes in the Nets rotation this season. A lot of fans’ hopes are invested in those players, who last year combined to play only 31 games, 17 by Morris, 14 by Harris. The rest of them — Simmons, Warren and Sumner — zeroed out in 2021-22: no games played. Last week, we learned from Brian Lewis that Joe Harris is ready to go after undergoing two surgeries in November and March on his left ankle. “Yes. He’s all good. He’s all good,” Harris; agent Mark...
NetsDaily Sep 12, 2022
Lewis: Joe Harris cleared for 5-on-5, at ‘100 percent’ for camp

Lewis: Joe Harris cleared for 5-on-5, at ‘100 percent’ for camp

Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Brian Lewis reports Monday that Joe Harris who played only 14 games last season and underwent two ankle surgeries, is back on the court and cleared for five-on-five scrimmaging. “He’s doing great. He’s great,” Priority Sports founder Mark Bartelstein told The Post. “He’s 100 percent. He’s in a great place.” When Lewis asked to elaborate on that “place,” whether Harris has already been cleared to go five-on-five, Bartelstein confirmed it. “Yes. He’s all good. He’s all good,” Bartelstein said. “He’s...

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