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Mike Fratello: Don’t be so sure Nets will be horrendous

Mike Fratello: Don’t be so sure Nets will be horrendous

Mike Fratello, asked about the value of the Nets first round pick to the Cavaliers, told NBA TV that Cleveland fans shouldn’t bank on Brooklyn being “horrendous,” as they have been in recent years. Instead, the YES broadcaster (and former Cavs coach) told Jared Greenberg, “this is a different Brooklyn Nets team.” "All depends on what the Nets are doing this year. I think a lot of people are saying, 'the Nets are going to be horrendous this year.' They've been that way for the last three or four years. This is a different Brooklyn Nets team coming back. They've added a couple of...

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New York Post Aug 17, 2017
Rising youngster says Nets’ playoff berth is ‘really realistic’

Rising youngster says Nets’ playoff berth is ‘really realistic’

For the first time in four years, Nets wing Caris LeVert worked out in the summer to get better — not just healthy. “It was pretty discouraging,” LeVert admitted of the three previous summers when he rehabbed to overcome residual effects of foot fractures that led to three operations in 22 months. “I always tried...
New York Post Aug 14, 2017
Nets schedule gets intriguing amid old scores, new grudges

Nets schedule gets intriguing amid old scores, new grudges

The Nets’ 2017-18 regular season schedule is out, with Brooklyn tipping off Oct. 18 at Indiana and playing their home opener two days later against Orlando. But there are far juicier games on the docket, with both fans and players alike surely circling dates with Los Angeles and in Mexico. The Nets hosts the Warriors...
New York Post Aug 14, 2017
Nets rookie doesn’t care what you think about his hobbies

Nets rookie doesn’t care what you think about his hobbies

Jarrett Allen had read all the rumors and heard all the haters. He doesn’t love basketball, they assumed. He isn’t committed to the game, they accused. Rubbish, he replied. Allen said being a dedicated pro and well-rounded person aren’t mutually exclusive. Brooklyn’s first-round pick insists he loves the sport — and considering how much the...
New York Daily News Aug 10, 2017
D'Angelo Russell introduces himself to NYC with Dyckman winner

D'Angelo Russell introduces himself to NYC with Dyckman winner

The Brooklyn Nets should hope to see some more of this during the regular season.
New York Daily News Aug 9, 2017
Nets to play Thunder, Heat in Mexico City in December

Nets to play Thunder, Heat in Mexico City in December

The Nets will travel to Mexico in December for two regular-season games as part of the 25th anniversary of the first NBA game in Mexico.
New York Post Aug 9, 2017
The Nets’ two-game trip to Mexico is official

The Nets’ two-game trip to Mexico is official

The NBA finally made the Nets’ long-rumored trip to Mexico official, announcing they will play Oklahoma City on Dec. 7 and face Miami two days later. Both games will be at the Arena Ciudad de Mexico, as part of the NBA Mexico City Games 2017. “We’re honored to play in these games,’’ Nets coach Kenny...
New York Post Aug 6, 2017
Isaiah Whitehead’s charity day proof he’s ‘not going anywhere’

Isaiah Whitehead’s charity day proof he’s ‘not going anywhere’

Being able to play in his hometown is a luxury Nets guard Isaiah Whitehead does not take for granted. On Sunday, he hosted his third annual Giveback Day at Coney Island, consisting of pick-up hoops for dozens of young ballers starting at age 10, plus free haircuts and more. A new court was constructed for...
New York Post Aug 6, 2017
Several interested in Brooklyn Nets purchase

Several interested in Brooklyn Nets purchase

There’s no official sale book bouncing around yet when it comes to the Brooklyn Nets, but already the investment bank Allen & Co. has received several expressions of interest, The Post has learned. The basketball team owned by billionaire Russian Mikhail Prokhorov hoped to fetch around $2 billion, but we hear one interested party has...
New York Post Aug 5, 2017
Why this Nets roster might not change for a long time

Why this Nets roster might not change for a long time

After spending the last month-and-a-half essentially trading cap space for assets, the Nets have stepped away from the fray and taken a break. According to industry sources, it could be a long one. “I think they’re done,’’ one source said. “I doubt they sign anyone else at all.” Technically, they didn’t sign anyone. After seeing...
New York Post Aug 5, 2017
Nets need Allen Crabbe to provide more than just sweet shooting

Nets need Allen Crabbe to provide more than just sweet shooting

The most sought-after trait in the NBA is shooting, and Nets newcomer Allen Crabbe does just that — “just” being the operative word. Whether he can do anything else will determine if last month’s trade is a success or failure. There was a feeling the Nets dodged a bullet when Portland matched the huge four-year,...
New York Post Aug 3, 2017
NBA looking to change rule that swiped No. 1 pick from Nets

NBA looking to change rule that swiped No. 1 pick from Nets

The Nets’ ill-advised trade with the Celtics was so horrific it might prompt the NBA to change its rules to avoid a disastrous repeat. It’s not exactly the way the Brooklyn franchise wanted to shake up the league. The deal brought Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry to the Nets in 2013 but shipped...
New York Post Jul 29, 2017
D’Angelo Russell’s fame solves at least one of the Nets’ issues

D’Angelo Russell’s fame solves at least one of the Nets’ issues

There is nothing worse than a bad team … except a bland bad team. The Nets are hoping D’Angelo Russell can change both of those. Though Brooklyn has a developed a family culture and assembled a roster of high-character players, they’re coming off an NBA-worst 20-62 season and traded away their best player in Brook...
New York Daily News Jul 27, 2017
Nets GM Sean Marks and Brooklyn’s unconventional rebuild

Nets GM Sean Marks and Brooklyn’s unconventional rebuild

The Nets have a very unique current rebuilding plan, spearheaded by GM Sean Marks.
New York Post Jul 27, 2017
Nets get their man and already know what they want from him

Nets get their man and already know what they want from him

On Thursday morning, more than a year after first trying to sign Allen Crabbe, the Nets introduced him at their practice facility in Brooklyn. Last summer, in the madness after the salary-cap spike, Brooklyn tried to get Crabbe — then a restricted free agent — on a four-year, $75 million deal, which was matched by...

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