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Frank Ntilikina and Michael Beasley Boost Knicks Over Nets

After the Knicks faltered and lost a 19-point lead (and the game) to the Pelicans on Sunday, Jeff Hornacek pondered some potential changes to his lineup in order to get New York back on track. 413 more words


Delaware 87ers James Webb III Signs A Two-Way Contract With Brooklyn Nets

James Webb III is getting called up to the NBA as the Brooklyn Nets signed him to a two way contract, the team announced Monday. 155 more words


D'Angelo Russell Somehow Got A Technical Foul For Clapping In Street Clothes

No NBA player is safe from the wrath of overzealous officials, especially if you’re clapping the wrong way. Brooklyn Nets star D’Angelo Russell learned that the hard way on Monday night when he got T’d up during a stoppage in play. 249 more words


‘City Game’ Podcast: Knicks-Nets Game Reaction

NEW YORK (WFAN) — In the latest episode of the “City Game” podcast, hosts John Schmeelk and Steve Lichtenstein recap Monday’s Knicks-Nets game. Hear postgame reaction from Mike Breen and Jarrett Jack, and enjoy a long interview with Nets analyst Tim Capstraw. 30 more words


Nets GM Marks On WFAN: D'Angelo Russell Could Return From Knee Injury Soon

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — All signs point to D’Angelo Russell returning to the Brooklyn Nets soon.

The third-year guard, acquired in a trade with the Lakers in June, has been out since injuring his left knee against the Utah Jazz on Nov. 225 more words


Porzingis, Beasley Carry Knicks Over Nets In Battle Of The Boroughs

NEW YORK (AP) — Though it hardly appeared like it with thousands of blue-and-orange-dressed fans standing and screaming for them, this was a road game for the New York Knicks. 653 more words


Brooklyn, They Go Hard

BACK on June 27th, 2013 I can assure you that the Brooklyn front office didn’t have 2018 on their mind. Their now infamous trade with the Boston Celtics put the franchise back years after they mortgaged their future and went all in on winning with Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Deron Williams and Joe Johnson. 790 more words