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Alan Anderson's Unique Relationship with Kevin Garnett
Watch to see Brooklyn Nets teammates Alan Anderson and Kevin Garnett talk about their unique relationship that began years ago.
Brooklyn Nets center Kevin Garnett will not travel to Miami and will miss his seventh straight game due to back spasms, the team announced. Forward Andrei Kirilenko (ankle) will travel and is listed as questionable. Garnett was supposed to return Monday night against the Toronto Raptors, but his back tightened up, and he was seen walking gingerly to his car at halftime. The Nets (32-30) have gone 5-1 without Garnett in the lineup.
NEW YORK -- The Brooklyn Nets are 2-0 against the Miami Heat this season, if you can believe that. The Nets beat the two-time defending NBA champions by a point in their home-opener on Nov. 1, then dispatched of Miami again, this time in double overtime, on Jan. 10 at Barclays Center. The two teams meet again on Wednesday night at AmericanAirlines Arena -- and the Nets figure it’s going to be a battle. “We know they’re gonna try to come out and slap us from the start,” Shaun Livingston said.
Here are three thoughts on the Nets’ 101-97 win over the Raptors in Brooklyn Monday night: 1. For the second straight Monday, the Nets had an emotional rematch with an...
NEW YORK -- The Brooklyn Nets’ chances of winning the Atlantic Division certainly got better after Monday night’s victory over the first-place Toronto Raptors. But there’s still work to be done. The Nets (32-30) trail the Raptors (35-27) by three games with 20 games left Here’s an updated breakdown of both teams’ remaining schedules: Brooklyn: 10 home, 10 away, five back-to-backs The Nets have six more games left against teams with winning records: Miami (x2), Washington, Phoenix, Dallas and Houston Toronto: 11 home, nine away, four back-to-backs The Raptors also have six...
Newark Star-Ledger 8 hours ago
Williams, Livingston, have 18 points each, and Paul Pierce hits key 3-pointer with 1:14 remaining for Brooklyn