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Caris LeVert’s career night wasn’t enough to stop the scorching hot Raptors: 119-118

Photo by Ron Turenne/NBAE via Getty Images The Nets almost pulled off a miracle… Just a tip. That was the difference between Brooklyn winning this game … and the ultimate outcome, a 119-118 loss. After trailing by as many as 18, Caris LeVert and the Nets came storming back in the fourth quarter. They trailed by one point with 22 seconds left. LeVert had the ball — the game — in his hands with 11 seconds left — a career-high 37 points to his name. LeVert looked unsure what his heroic move might be. Confusion loomed and the Nets had a timeout, but they never used it. LeVert stepped back into a tough contested …

Kyrie Irving suffers right knee sprain as Nets collapse late to Wizards, 113-107

Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports Even with a late collapse and a frustrating loss to the Wizards, the story of Saturday is the health of Kyrie Irving. With 5:31 remaining in the game, Irving went down in pain following a tie up with Bradley Beal. Irving immediately grabbed his right knee, and was quickly assisted by the Nets trainer, Sebastian Poirier, who ran on to the court with his teammates and coaching staff. Kyrie Irving went back to the locker room after getting his leg caught underneath Bradley Beal. pic.twitter.com/6KpqXhfskJ— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) February 2, 2020 Irving got up, took a few steps, and asked to participate in the jump ball against Beal. He didn’t jump, then once the play ended, he …

Kyrie Irving drops 45 as Nets snap 5-game losing streak in Detroit, 121-111

Photo by Chris Schwegler/NBAE via Getty Images Kyrie Irving unleashed the full measure of his wizardry and took the leadership role in snapping a five-game losing streak, dating back to January 12 against the Atlanta Hawks. Irving dropped 45 points, six rebounds and seven assists en route to a 121-111 victory over the Detroit Pistons Saturday night. If the Nets have any shot at getting back to .500, this is the time to do it. Their next seven games are against teams below .500. …

Bucks hand Nets 3rd straight loss in blowout fashion, 117-97

Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images BROOKLYN, N.Y. — How do you get people to stop talking about the off-court drama? You beat a tough team on your home floor. They’ll have another chance on Monday. The 38-6 Milwaukee Bucks came into Brooklyn and handed the Nets their third straight loss, 117-97, Saturday night at Barclays Center. The Nets are 1-3 since Kyrie Irving has returned to the lineup; 0-3 against above .500 teams. “Credit to Milwaukee,” said Kenny Atkinson. “I think they are playing as good as anybody I’ve seen in a while in this league. So just have to give them credit, give Bud (Mike Budenholzer)…

Vince Carter makes final visit to Brooklyn as Nets host Hawks

Photo by Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE via Getty Images Welcome to 2020. It took a while, but the Brooklyn Nets finally entered the W column for the New Year with an impressive come from behind win against the Miami Heat on Friday night. The win snapped the team’s seven game losing streak and finally brought some good vibes back to the team. Gotta restore the feeling. The opponent tonight will be the Atlanta Hawks. Things have gone haywire in the ATL and the Hawks are stuck trying to figure out how to …

Brooklyn takes bad shooting night to historic new lows in loss to Knicks – Yahoo Sports

Brooklyn takes bad shooting night to historic new lows in loss to Knicks Yahoo SportsBrooklyn Nets have historically bad shooting night in loss to Knicks ESPNWatch Nets vs. Knicks: How to live stream, TV channel, start time for Thursday’s NBA game CBS SportsKnicks Beat Nets, Hold Team To NBA Season-Low 27% Shooting CBS New YorkJulius Randle’s big night in Brooklyn lifts Knicks NorthJersey.comView full coverage on Google News

James Harden drops 44, hands Nets their 2nd straight loss: 108-98

Photo by Cato Cataldo/NBAE via Getty Images Houston! WE have a problem. His name: James Harden. Harden dropped 44 points en route to a 108-98 victory over the Nets, Saturday night at the Toyota Center. The Nets dropped their second straight game and fell to 16-15 on the season; 12-8 without Kyrie Irving. The Nets, coming off a historically bad shooting night against the Knicks, shot just 40 percent from the field and hit 28 percent of their three-pointers on the night. An improvement? Yes. Enough to take down the 22-10 Rockets…

How to watch Nets vs. Hawks: NBA live stream info, TV channel, time, game odds – CBS Sports

How to watch Nets vs. Hawks: NBA live stream info, TV channel, time, game odds CBS SportsHawks vs. Nets Game Preview Sports IllustratedNets Overcome Trae Young’s 47, Rally To Beat Hawks 122-112 CBS New YorkNets Overcome Trae Young’s 47 Points, Beat Hawks 122-112 The New York TimesBrooklyn Nets vs. Atlanta Hawks – 12/21/19 NBA Pick, Odds & Prediction Sports Chat PlaceView full coverage on Google News

Spencer Dinwiddie saves the day yet again as Nets take down Hawks, 122-112

Andy Marlin-USA TODAY Sports That tech guy is an All-Star. That “tech guy” or should I say — All-Star — is Spencer Dinwiddie. The perfect metaphor for this game happened in the final minute, when DeAndre Jordan went to slam home a mean one-handed dunk, which would’ve given the Nets a 10-point lead. Everybody was so sure it would go in, Brooklyn’s PA announcer began yelling his name! What I’m trying to say is that it was ugly beyond belief… for the first three quarters. Then Dinwiddie had enough.. Dinwiddie scored 39 points, grabbed…

When might Kyrie Irving return? It’s not as easy question to answer

Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images The Brooklyn Nets have announced that Kyrie Irving will remain out with a right shoulder impingement for the upcoming three-game road trip against New York, Cleveland, and Boston. Irving has missed the last four games with the injury after aggravating his shoulder against Denver on November 14th. The original injury is believed to have occurred two days before, although Kenny Atkinson hasn’t provided a specific play where it happened and there was no clear moment in the game where Irving seemed to show any real discomfort. Following a 17-point, 8-for-20 shooting disappointment by Irving in Denver, Atkinson said it made the Nets rethink their plan for …