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NetsDaily Nov 15, 2017
Caris LeVert has slump-thumping showing in loss to Boston

Caris LeVert has slump-thumping showing in loss to Boston

Maybe Caris LeVert is a prophet. Maybe it’s just one game. Whatever it is, his shooting slump could be over. On Monday, after a tough stretch that had fans whispering, “sophomore slump,” LeVert told the media, “My mindset hasn’t changed. The type of shots that I’m taking hasn’t changed. I just feel like at some point they’re going to start falling. I have confidence.” And indeed, he should have. For now it appears that the 2016 first-round pick’s seems to be getting back on track. LeVert, who entered the Celtics game shooting 10-of-19 over his last three games...
NetsDaily Nov 15, 2017
Joe Harris getting his shots, getting respect

Joe Harris getting his shots, getting respect

Joe Harris is taken for granted. He isn’t a flashy ball-handler, vocal personality or a jump-out-the-gym highflier with elite athleticism. He’s 26, not 19 or 21 or 22. His expiring $1.5 million contract doesn’t isn’t very exciting either. What he’s always had is a good head on his shoulders and a great jump shot. Still, his impact on this team has been pretty damn profound in the early going of the 2017-18 season, a contract year for the fourth-year NBA veteran from Virginia. In the Nets 109-102 loss to the Celtics, Harris netted a season-high 19 points, which also tied a...
NetsDaily Nov 14, 2017
Celtics take over Barclays and defeat Nets, 109-102

Celtics take over Barclays and defeat Nets, 109-102

BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Life without D’Angelo Russell doesn’t seem too great. It also didn’t help that the Nets played the NBA’s hottest teams. The Brooklyn Nets (5-9) returned home without D’Angelo Russell and lost to the Boston Celtics (13-2), 109-102, Tuesday night in Brooklyn. Kyrie Irving shredded Brooklyn’s defense with 25 points and five assists, but Boston won due to a balanced attack and solid defense. It seemed like an away game for the Nets. Barclays Center was swarmed with green as Boston fans chanted, “Lets go Celtics!” and “MVP” for Irving throughout the game....
NetsDaily Nov 14, 2017
Nets discuss the challenge of the Boston Celtics

Nets discuss the challenge of the Boston Celtics

The Boston Celtics have won 12 straight games, making them the hottest team in the NBA ahead of their match-up against the Brooklyn Nets. Simply put, even though Irving missed the Celtics’ Sunday victory over the Toronto Raptors, the Boston bunch are the best team in basketball right now, and Irving could make his return in Brooklyn on Tuesday night after the short absence. It would also come on the Nets’ first night without D’Angelo Russell, who is out with a knee contusion, since the Nets managed to take down the Cleveland Cavaliers at Barclays Center in late October. Kenny...
NetsDaily Nov 14, 2017
Celtics bring their winning streak to Brooklyn

Celtics bring their winning streak to Brooklyn

That was unfortunate. Facing a Utah Jazz team that didn’t have Rudy Gobert, the Brooklyn Nets were unable to capitalize and wound up losing the final game of their five game road trip by eight points. More concerning for Brooklyn was they allowed the league’s third worst offense to score a season high 114 points. There’s a lot to work on. The opponent tonight will be the Boston Celtics. If not for those dudes in Oakland, we’d be talking about the C’s as being the best team in the NBA. They were able to push their winning streak to 12 with an impressive victory over the Toronto...
NetsDaily Nov 13, 2017
Jarrett Allen returns to practice, “questionable” vs Boston

Jarrett Allen returns to practice, “questionable” vs Boston

Nets rookie center Jarrett Allen is back, practicing at full speed Monday, after missing six games with a foot sprain. The No. 22 pick “looked good,” according to Kenny Atkinson, but he is “questionable” to play in Tuesday’s game against the Boston Celtics, meaning the Nets will make a final decision closer to game time at Barclays Center. His return would fill a huge void for the Brooklyn front line. “It feels fine, just to get back to the groove of this,” Allen said after his first practice in about two weeks. “It was frustrating (to get hurt) but personally, I see...
NetsDaily Nov 13, 2017
Scenes from a practice … November 13

Scenes from a practice … November 13

On Monday, November 13, the Brooklyn Nets returned home and practiced for the first time since the conclusion of their five-game west coast road trip. It was, what head coach Kenny Atkinson called, a very light practice, that included a healthy amount of film study, but a light practice in any event. First, we begin with Jarrett Allen, who returned to practice on Monday, and may play on Tuesday against the Boston Celtics. He, of course, launches a touchdown pass with an actual football. Perhaps the same one D’Angelo Russell threw around after a practice last month… Jarrett Allen,...
NetsDaily Nov 13, 2017
The Glue Guys: The Impact of D'Angelo's Injury

The Glue Guys: The Impact of D'Angelo's Injury

The Glue Guys dig into the impact of D'Angelo Russell's knee contusion; who gets his minutes, how much this knocks back the Nets season, AND WHY THE HECK ARE THE NETS BEING SO DANG MYSTERIOUS ABOUT THE INJURY. Other topics discussed include (23:30) Kenny Atkinson's rotations and (39:30) is there anything the Celtics can do to officially become 'the favorites' in the East. Subscribe to the Glue Guys on iTunes Follow the Glue Guys on Stitcher Social Media – @BKGlueGuys on Twitter | Glue Guys on Facebook

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