“They have to be good at the same time. Being bad at the same time doesn’t help,” said Jeff Van Gundy, the former Knicks coach.
by: Tom Dowd — NBA 18m
Caris LeVert had a career-high 28 points and hit the game-winning shot with one second remaining to give the Brooklyn Nets a 107-105 win over the New York Knicks in their home opener.
by: STORM GIFFORD — NY Daily News 34m
Iowa basketball coach Greg Stephen faces decades in prison after admitting to sexually exploiting boys
by: sports network — YES Network 55m
Nets fans send in photos of their newborns while wearing their favorite Brooklyn Nets gear.
by: Marc Berman — New York Post 1h
The Knicks and Nets scrapped in Brooklyn on Friday in the first of four regular-season grudge matches. It stood as the Nets’ home opener, but usually the arena turns into Barclays Square
by: Yahoo Sports — Yahoo Sports 7h
Jayson Tatum, Brandon Ingram and Markelle Fultz are players who will have huge impacts on the NBA this season.
by: (AP) — YES Network 10h
by: STORM GIFFORD — NY Daily News 23h
Crestline, Ohio Mayor Allen Moore says he's resigning after uttering N-word
by: Greg Joyce — New York Post 23h
Entering his contract year, D’Angelo Russell was ready to break out and prove to the Nets he could be a long-term answer for them. The point guard will have to wait another night to show it. Russell
by: Brooklyn Nets — NBA 18 Oct
Musical artists MAX and Joey Bada$$ to perform during halftime
by: sports network — YES Network 18 Oct
Richard Jefferson and Chris Shearn discuss the Nets' anemic three-point shooting against Detroit on Wednesday night.
by: THE ASSOCIATED PRESS — NY Times 18 Oct
Caris LeVert had 27 points, but he was unable to score with the game on the line in the closing seconds, sending Brooklyn to a frustrating loss.