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NetsDaily Dec 7, 2017
Nets and Thunder play in NBA Mexico Games

Nets and Thunder play in NBA Mexico Games

There's something we don't see very often. On Monday night, the Brooklyn Nets went into Atlanta hoping to avenge the loss they suffered on Saturday afternoon. They wound up doing a lot more than that and won the game by 20 points, their largest margin of the season. Here’s something else you don’t see very often. The Nets have a “home game” in Mexico City, the first of two before they head back to the States. The opponent this evening will be the Oklahoma City Thunder. They were the most disappointing team in the NBA in November, but appear to have righted the ship. They've won...
NetsDaily Dec 6, 2017
SCENES: Nets practice, smile for the cameras in Mexico City

SCENES: Nets practice, smile for the cameras in Mexico City

If you haven’t heard, the Brooklyn Nets are taking over Mexico. Well, okay, Nets have two “home” games in Mexico City, Thursday, December 7 against the Thunder at 10 p.m., and Saturday, December 9 against the Heat at 6 p.m., both Eastern Times. The NBA —U.S. and Mexican— have been very active as a result, showing the Nets a lot of love in their journey south of the border. But before even heading out there, the Nets, in the persons of Caris LeVert and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, challenged the Club America Aguilas (Eagles) to take the ‘#NBAImpossibleShot.’ Before our trip to...
NetsDaily Dec 6, 2017
Nets arrive in Mexico, hoping to gain a few advantages as they wait for Thunder, Heat

Nets arrive in Mexico, hoping to gain a few advantages as they wait for Thunder, Heat

The Nets were the first of the three NBA teams playing in the NBA’s Mexico City Games to arrive in North America’s largest city, touching down Tuesday after a 2,088 mile journey from Brooklyn. The Thunder, who the Nets play Thursday, won their third straight Tuesday night beating the Jazz in OKC while the Heat, the Nets opponent on Saturday, play the Spurs Thursday on their way to Mexico. So that should give the Nets a couple of advantages. They’ll have an extra day to adjust to the 7,382 foot altitude, 2,100 feet higher than Denver, the highest city (in may ways) NBA teams visit...