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The Brooklyn Game Feb 22, 2018
Nets basketball is back with Hornets as first victim

Nets basketball is back with Hornets as first victim

When: 7 p.m. Where: Barclays Center Watch: YES Network/FOX Sports GO Listen: 101.9 FM, 660 AM Now that the All-Star Break is done, the Nets are back to reality. Brooklyn is on a seven-game skid with Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Caris LeVert still stuck on the sidelines with injuries.  With everyone else available and rested, Brooklyn…
New York Post Feb 21, 2018
Nets ‘hopeful’ two key banged-up players will return Monday

Nets ‘hopeful’ two key banged-up players will return Monday

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Caris LeVert still won’t be on the court when the Nets resume their season Thursday night against the Hornets....
NetsDaily Feb 7, 2018
MOMENT: Nets young bigs show what they can do vs. Rockets

MOMENT: Nets young bigs show what they can do vs. Rockets

With Tyler Zeller gone and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, the Nets have been using their two young bigs, 19-year-old Jarrett Allen and 22-year-old Jahlil Okafor. on extended basis. Nick LeTourneau takes a look at how they did vs. Houston. Jarrett Allen & Jahlil Okafor combine for 31 points in loss to Houston
NetsDaily Feb 6, 2018
Rashad Vaughn is excited for a fresh start in Brooklyn

Rashad Vaughn is excited for a fresh start in Brooklyn

BROOKLYN, N.Y. — The Brooklyn Nets now own three top-20 picks from the 2015 draft in D’Angelo Russell, Jahlil Okafor and now, Rashad Vaughn. They also have the No. 23 pick, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson. All are between 21 and 23 years old, with Vaughn the youngest. He was introduced to the media before Tuesday’s game and talked about how excited he is to play with a rebuilding organization like the Nets. “Just [see] a group of young guys,” said Vaughn. “You can see the future here and you can look at the organization, what they’re doing with the practice facility. It’s a...
NetsDaily Feb 6, 2018
Acy out, Harris starts, Mozgov (maybe) in, says Atkinson

Acy out, Harris starts, Mozgov (maybe) in, says Atkinson

Quincy Acy is out for Tuesday night’s game against the Houston Rockets. According to Brooklyn Nets head coach Kenny Atkinson, Acy is out with a sprained right middle finger and will be … wait for it … day-to-day! So with Rondae Hollis-Jefferson already out, and Tyler Zeller dealt and gone to Milwaukee, the Nets may look deep (deep … deep) into their bag of tricks tonight and play Timofey Mozgov, the former starting center who hasn’t played since January 10, and whose seen action in 25 games this season. Regarding Acy’s injury, Atkinson initially declined to say who would...
NetsDaily Feb 4, 2018
Who is James Webb III ... and why is he getting all those minutes?

Who is James Webb III ... and why is he getting all those minutes?

With 2:54 left in the first quarter of the Nets-Lakers game, James Webb III replaced DeMarre Carroll for the Nets. Who, you say? The 6’9” small forward has been getting more and more minutes since being signed by the Nets to a two-way deal on January 15 and “called up” from Long Island on January 27. In the four games with Brooklyn, the Boise State product has played 50 minutes, including 12 against the Lakers, when he scored his first NBA points on a 3-pointer, his specialty. One big reason why Webb is getting the minutes is that Rondae Hollis-Jefferson is hurt, but the other...
NetsDaily Jan 31, 2018
Brooklyn’s backcourt helps snap 4-game skid, 116-108

Brooklyn’s backcourt helps snap 4-game skid, 116-108

Brooklyn’s backcourt: Reloaded. Behind the lead of Spencer Dinwiddie and D’Angelo Russell, the Brooklyn Nets (19-33) snapped their four-game losing streak with a 116-108 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers, Wednesday night at Barclays Center. The Nets also notched their first victory against an Atlantic Division team (1-9). With Caris LeVert and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson sitting out and the Nets coming off a 16-point loss against the Knicks last night, somebody needed to step up. So, Russell and Dinwiddie took control. The two played together for the first time since Russell returned...
NetsDaily Jan 30, 2018
Jahlil Okafor: Brooklyn is “my home”

Jahlil Okafor: Brooklyn is “my home”

With Rondae Hollis-Jefferson out for the next few days with a sore left groin, Jahlil Okafor is likely to get more minutes this week —including Wednesday night’s game vs. the 76ers. The Nets hope that he does as well as he did vs. Minnesota on the weekend, when he scored 21 points and grabbed six rebounds in 23 minutes. More importantly, the 22-year-old looked comfortable, passing out of the post with confidence and helping out on defense. For a few minutes, Kenny Atkinson even played Okafor with Jarrett Allen ... for the first time. The Nets may be easing Okafor into their...
NetsDaily Jan 29, 2018
Turnovers creeping back as big Nets issue

Turnovers creeping back as big Nets issue

It wasn’t pretty early Saturday night as the Nets starting unit gave up the ball early and often. As Brian Lewis points out... The Nets committed 10 turnovers less than 14 minutes into the game, which Minnesota turned into 16 points, as they fell into a 37-11 hole they never climbed out of. Part of the issue of course is that Kenny Atkinson was missing three members of his rotation: D’Angelo Russell, Caris LeVert and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson. So the game was a mix-and-match affair, but still... “It’s crept up again. We addressed it earlier in the year,” said Kenny Atkinson. “I...
NetsDaily Jan 29, 2018
Nets’ injuries presenting them with issues and options

Nets’ injuries presenting them with issues and options

With the Nets playing three games in four days starting Tuesday at the Garden, their health could be an issue. On Saturday, they were without Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, D’Angelo Russell and Caris LeVert. The Nets chose not to play DLo in a back-to-back so soon after his return from knee surgery and LeVert was a late scratch after he experienced soreness in his groin during warm-ups. The Nets, ever so cautious, decided to rest him, but called the injury “minor” and he’s expected back on Tuesday. Hollis-Jefferson is another issue. He left the Bucks game early and didn’t return. A...
NetsDaily Jan 28, 2018
Hollis-Jefferson’s future is one of Marks many decisions

Hollis-Jefferson’s future is one of Marks many decisions

So what about Rondae Hollis-Jefferson ... as a trade asset? Last week, we wrote about ESPN’s Kevin Pelton suggesting that the Brooklyn Nets should sell high on Spencer Dinwiddie and Joe Harris. There’s always speculation about Harris. Hollis-Jefferson is another name that has popped up in trade speculation, and some rumors, in the past. His elevated play, along with his youth (turned 23 earlier this month), has a lot to do with that. It’s certainly not something he wants. “The way our organization is developing and wants us to grow, man it’s a good feeling. I’m proud to be a...
NetsDaily Jan 27, 2018
Atkinson ejected as Wolves hand Nets third straight loss

Atkinson ejected as Wolves hand Nets third straight loss

Final: 111-97 The Nets played the second game of back-to-back without Caris LeVert (sore groin), Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (right groin strain) and D’Angelo Russell (injury management). They put up a fight, but lost 111-97, Saturday night at Minnesota. The Nets, now 18-32 on the season, have lost three straight games. They’re 1-3 on the road-trip with the final game of the five-game trip this Tuesday at MSG against the Knicks. It was a similar script: They dug themselves in a deep hole early and had to climb their way out. Minnesota held the Nets scoreless for more than five minutes...

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