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Jeremy Lin Says Brooklyn Nets Will Make The Playoffs Next Season If He Stays Healthy

Jeremy Lin Says Brooklyn Nets Will Make The Playoffs Next Season If He Stays Healthy

Jeremy Lin had a forgettable first season with the Brooklyn Nets as they finished with the worst record in the NBA. Lin played great when he was on the court but he missed 46 games this season due to various injuries. However, Jeremy believes that the Nets can make the playoffs next year if he can stay healthy. Lin signed a three-year, $36 million deal with the Nets last summer. The 28-year-old point guard was recruited by Nets head coach Kenny Atkinson, who helped Lin become a breakout star with the New York Knicks in 2012. Atkinson was a Knicks assistant coach when Jeremy made his name...

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New York Post May 21, 2017
Nets know free agent they want but have to outbid these teams

Nets know free agent they want but have to outbid these teams

The NBA playoffs are down to four teams, but it was the Euroleague semifinals on Nets general manager Sean Marks’ mind. The Nets scouted Milos Teodosic for at least the fourth time this season, a clear sign the Serbian point guard is the team’s top free-agent priority. Marks traveled to Russia twice to watch Teodosic...
New York Post May 20, 2017
Nets scouting Latvian ‘baby’ in mold of Bojan Bogdanovic

Nets scouting Latvian ‘baby’ in mold of Bojan Bogdanovic

The Nets traded small forward Bojan Bogdanovic at February’s deadline, and they have been scouting wings ever since. Last month, general manager Sean Marks admitted the position, on a roster riddled with holes, is the biggest one the Nets must fix. Though they will eye pricey free agents Otto Porter and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, the Nets...
New York Daily News May 17, 2017
Billy King 'best known for destroying the Nets,' says Wikipedia

Billy King 'best known for destroying the Nets,' says Wikipedia

Former Nets GM Billy King probably doesn’t need any reminders about his disastrous trade with the Celtics, but the internet hath no mercy.
New York Post May 17, 2017
Nets get the worst possible result to a deal they already lost

Nets get the worst possible result to a deal they already lost

When the Nets made their infamous trade with the Celtics in 2013, team owner Mikhail Prokhorov said “the basketball gods smiled on” his team. It turns out they actually were laughing at the Nets, and the punch line was Boston winning Tuesday’s NBA lottery and getting the top overall pick at Brooklyn’s expense. One of...
New York Post May 16, 2017
Paul Pierce twists knife on Nets with brutal lottery tweet

Paul Pierce twists knife on Nets with brutal lottery tweet

Paul Pierce attempted a self-aware brag Tuesday night, mocking the Nets for betting big on him with the disastrous 2013 trade, which sent him from Boston to Brooklyn and hampered the Nets’ future for years to come. The recently retired forward congratulated the Celtics on Twitter after his longtime team secured the No. 1 pick in...
New York Post May 15, 2017
Nets eye this Latvian big man as Kristaps Porzingis answer

Nets eye this Latvian big man as Kristaps Porzingis answer

Kristaps Porzingis’ skill set is so unique, Knicks fans have likened him to a unicorn. Across town, the Nets are eyeing their own rare Latvian find in Pozingis’ old running mate. Anzejs Pasecniks was as highly regarded as Porzingis when they came up through the youth ranks together. He might not quite be Porzingis, but...
New York Post May 14, 2017
Heartbreaking mystery of NBAer’s missing mom is solved

Heartbreaking mystery of NBAer’s missing mom is solved

On a day filled with “Thanks, Mom!” social media posts, engineered more for the brand than the mother, comes a story equal parts heartbreaking and life-affirming. Randy Foye has not seen his mother since 1989, presumed dead since disappearing after his kindergarten graduation. Foye’s father had been killed when he was 2 in a motorcycle accident, and...
New York Post May 14, 2017
Nets guard has special bond with children of jailed parents

Nets guard has special bond with children of jailed parents

For many NBA players, speaking at charities is perfunctory. But for Sean Kilpatrick, talking to the Children of Promise was personal. The organization serves children throughout the city whose parents are incarcerated, and that is a pain Kilpatrick understands better than most. Kilpatrick’s father — Sean Sr. — was imprisoned years ago. So the Nets’...

Finding 'Moms': Randy Foye's Mother's Day celebration

Finding 'Moms': Randy Foye's Mother's Day celebration
New York Post May 10, 2017
Jeremy Lin: Racial slurs were a ‘beast’ to deal with in college

Jeremy Lin: Racial slurs were a ‘beast’ to deal with in college

Jeremy Lin’s interactions with players and fans in the NBA have been sane compared with the racial slurs he stomached in college, the Nets point guard revealed Wednesday. Lin, the first American-born player of Chinese descent to play in the NBA, said he developed thick skin during his four years at Harvard after hearing opposing fans,...
New York Daily News May 10, 2017
Jeremy Lin says racism he faced from opponents was worse in NCAA

Jeremy Lin says racism he faced from opponents was worse in NCAA

Jeremy Lin says his experience dealing with racist slurs was far worse in college.

Lin: Racist comments more common in college

Lin: Racist comments more common in college
New York Post May 8, 2017
A LeBron James misjudgment cost the Nets everything

A LeBron James misjudgment cost the Nets everything

The Nets’ draft pick wasteland traces back to the 2013 trade then-GM Billy King made with Boston for Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and others. The Vertical’s Bobby Marks – who was in Brooklyn’s front office at the time – acknowledged they did it because they were banking on LeBron James and the Heat being vulnerable....
Newark Star-Ledger Apr 28, 2017
Kenny Anderson, former Nets All-Star, searches for redemption in new film

Kenny Anderson, former Nets All-Star, searches for redemption in new film

In 'Mr Chibbs,' screening at the Montclair Film Festival, NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson reflects on his career and mistakes

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    “Children of Promise” and Sean Kilpatrick’s personal connection

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