6:44 PM EST, Sat November 22, 2014

Kevin Garnett (rest) out tonight

Brooklyn Nets power forward Kevin Garnett has been given a rest day and will not play Saturday night against the San Antonio Spurs in the second half of a back-to-back set, the team announced. This will be the first game that Garnett misses this season. Garnett, 38, is averaging 7.3 points and 8.3 rebounds on 45.7 percent shooting in 23.8 minutes. Options to replace Garnett in the starting lineup include Mirza Teletovic and Mason Plumlee. Can’t win here: The Nets (5-7) have lost 11 straight games in San Antonio.
Newark Star-Ledger 7 hours ago

Prince William, Kate Middleton: Reporters covering N.Y. visit next month must adhere to dress code

When Prince William and Duchess Kate come to the U.S. next month, journalists covering their formal engagements must adhere to a dress code out of respect for the royals
Newark Star-Ledger 16 hours ago

Nets hold on for 94-92 win over Thunder

Jarrett Jack scored 23 points off the bench to help the Nets defeat the Thunder.
Tim Bontemps / New York Post 18 hours ago
Nets fend off Thunder to snap five-game losing streak

Nets fend off Thunder to snap five-game losing streak

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Nets received no style points for their 94-92 victory over the injury-riddled Thunder in front of a sellout crowd of 18,203 at Chesapeake Energy Arena, but...

Nets show fighting spirit in snapping streak

The Brooklyn Nets nearly lost Friday night to an Oklahoma City Thunder team that is still without the services of superstars Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook due to injury. The Nets had 19 turnovers and were outscored by 15 in second-chance points. But Reggie Jackson missed an open 3-pointer at the buzzer, and Brooklyn was able to snap its five-game losing streak with a 94-92 victory over depleted Oklahoma City at Chesapeake Energy Arena. “I just think we showed some fight,” Jarrett Jack, who scored 23 of the Nets’ bench’s 46 points, told the YES Network after the game.