10:01 AM EST, Mon November 24, 2014

Nets, Spurs a contrast in culture, execution

So here is Deron Williams, healthy for the first time in years, making an impact at both ends of the floor. And here are the Brooklyn Nets, on their fourth coach in three seasons, off to yet another slow start, 0-fer against quality opponents, trying to figure out who they are and what kind of team they want to be. In these parts, it's become a tradition, this sort of identity crisis, an annual ordeal. That's not the case in San Antonio, home of Brooklyn's latest loss, where stability reigns and continuity is key.
Tim Bontemps / New York Post 5 hours ago
Explaining the sudden fall of Nets’ Mason Plumlee

Explaining the sudden fall of Nets’ Mason Plumlee

After Mason Plumlee exceeded expectations as a rookie and was a surprise selection for Team USA’s entry in the FIBA World Cup this summer, he entered his second NBA season...
New York Daily News 11 hours ago
For Nets coach, waiting (for progress) is hardest part

For Nets coach, waiting (for progress) is hardest part

Here we are again with the Nets, the same early-season struggles that ambushed their first two seasons in Brooklyn.
New York Daily News 16 hours ago
Deron Williams says Nets should model team after Spurs

Deron Williams says Nets should model team after Spurs

Here we are again with the Nets, the same early-season struggles that ambushed the first two seasons in Brooklyn.

Nets reeling after brutal 1-6 stretch

Brooklyn Nets coach Lionel Hollins wants to see rookie Bojan Bogdanovic attack more. Bogdanovic did not make a shot on the team’s two-game road trip through Oklahoma City and San Antonio, going 0-for-12 from the field -- including 0-for-6 from 3-point range. “He’s in a slump,” Hollins told reporters in San Antonio following Saturday night’s 99-87 loss to the Spurs. “He isn’t making shots, and he doesn’t get to the free throw line, he doesn’t get to the basket, so he’s counting on long shots.