Photo by Kent Smith/NBAE via Getty Images Sounds like a lot of people’s daily routine. With the Nets players work place shuttered, it’s all about group chats, FaceTiming, calls to doctors, hallway workouts, deliveries, etc, So, yes, in some ways, the players’ lives are familiar to their fans.
At the 5:03 mark in the fourth quarter of the Nets big win over the Lakers – a game that could very well be the last of Brooklyn’s 2019-2020 season – Jarrett Allen was replaced by DeAndre Jordan to close out perhaps the biggest win of the Nets’ season.
Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images Whatever you want to say, no matter how few games they’ve played, whatever they’ve said or done, Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving remain two of the best players in basketball ...
Sharpshooter Joe Harris is set to enter unrestricted free agency, with the 28-year-old likely to seek a big pay upgrade on the open market. The Nets are willing to go over the salary cap to re-sign him.
Like many other leagues suspended during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, the NBA has been finding ways to show off its classic programming, from making League Pass free through April 22 to streaming classic games each night on their social platforms as part of a #NBATogether campaign.
Photo by Elsa/Getty Images Back in December 2017, while the Nets were in Mexico, Sean Marks traded Trevor Booker to Philly for Jahlil Okafor, Nick Stauskas and the Knicks second round pick in the 2019 NBA Draft.
nb游戏平台Considering all of the unlikely circumstances that occurred to bring the 2016-17 NBA champions together, it's unlikely we'll see a team like them again, Yardbarker's Pat Heery writes. Golden State even won Yardbarker's mythical "Team of the Century" tournament.
Multiple current NBA players are currently dealing with the coronavirus (COVID-19). It was just a couple short weeks ago that the NBA season was suspended after Utah Jazz star Rudy Gobert tested positive for the virus.
Four Brooklyn Nets players, including Kevin Durantnb游戏平台, have tested positive for COVID-19, and New York City mayor Bill de Blasio believes the news exposes a fundamental flaw in how the country is approaching the coronavirus pandemic.