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by: Marc Berman — New York Post 2h
Five takeaways from Friday’s 107-105 heartbreaking loss in Brooklyn that dropped the Knicks’ record at 1-1. 1. David Fizdale’s pressure defense was lax against the Nets after its fiery
by: Anthony Puccio — SB Nation: Nets Daily 5h
Spencer Dinwiddie has gotten creative in using his platform as a means to spread a positive message. His latest includes a custom design on his shoes, thanking media publications for their hard...
by: Mike Kurylo — True Hoop: Knicker Blogger 8h
[YahooSports] Report: Knicks, Lakers, Clippers will pursue Kevin Durant in free agency (Friday, October 19, 2018 3:00:17 PM) The Warriors are reportedly bracing for Kevin Durant to leave in free agency next summer. The New York Knicks, Los Angeles Lakers.
by: Phil Watson — Fansided: From Russia With Dunk 10h
In each of their first 2 games, the Brooklyn Nets have had solid 1st halves followed by abysmal 3rd quarters. Is Kenny Atkinson's love of the 3 at fault? T...
by: Brian Lewis — New York Post 11h
Spencer Dinwiddie, who boasted the Nets are better than the Knicks, nearly saw his mouth write a check his behind couldn’t cash. But after the Nets pulled the game out at the end, D’Angelo Russell
by: Tom Dowd — NBA 15h
The Brooklyn Nets take on the Indiana Pacers on the road Saturday night.
by: N/A — SNY: The Knicks Blog 16h
It was a disappointing last few seconds for the Knicks, and a game which saw some bad defensive mistakes, but New York's two neophytes had good showings which is really all that matters.
by: Anthony Puccio — SB Nation: Nets Daily 17h
BROOKLYN, N.Y. — A star is born in Caris LeVert. With the game tied at 105 apiece and time winding down, LeVert took it to the hole and finished the basket with one second remaining. Here was the...
by: KELLY WHITESIDE — NY Times 17h
“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: Howie Kussoy — New York Post 17h
The Nets took Round 1. Caris LeVert landed the knockout blow. After losing all four of last season’s meetings with their cross-river rival, the Nets blew an 11-point second-half lead, but left
by: Tom Dowd — NBA 18h
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.
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