Game Previews

Nets try to beat the Heat for the second time

It's Friday night, the Nets are on a winning streak, and they face LeBron James and the Miami Heat on ESPN. Meanwhile, the Heat will be trying to avoid a losing streak, having fallen to the Knicks Thursday. No D-Wade for Miami, no D-WIll for Nets

Teletovic: "Things I've been through" helped me

Fred Kerber spoke with Mirza Teletovic about how his personal history, growing up in a war zone, gave him the patience to help him through last season when he didn't have the confidence of his coaches ... like he does now.

The winning streak is on the line in Brooklyn

The Warriors have been playing great ball over the past couple of weeks as they have won ten straight, including wins against the Clippers on Christmas and at Miami on January 2. They are tied with the Clippers for the lead in the Pacific.

The Nets and Hawks face off at Barclays

It's a chance for the Nets to go for three in a row, which in this season is a cause for celebration. The Hawks are struggling without Al Horford, but Paul Millsap is picking up the slack as best he can for Atlanta.


Nets looking to build on OKC momentum

The Nets were an optimistic bunch at shootaround Saturday morning, hoping to build off the momentum of their big win over the Thunder in OKC two days ago. "We need some wins," Deron Williams told YES.

Underachieving Nets face underachieving Cavaliers

That was unexpected. Going into the third game of their three game road trip from hell, it didn't seem likely that Brooklyn would pull off the upset in Oklahoma City. However, a Joe Johnson buzzer...

The road trip from hell ends in Oklahoma City

The Nets, having lost all but one game in the last two weeks, try for an upset of the Thunder in Oklahoma City Thursday. They did it last year, but last year's team won 49 games. This one is projected to win 26.

Nets begin three-game road trip from Hell in Indy

Three games, six days, three teams with a combined 70-17 record. This has to be the worst looking road trip in recent history. And it couldn't have come at a worse time, although "worse time" is relative this miserable season.

Nets and Bulls lead off on Christmas Day

Remember when everyone thought this game would mean something? Well, at this point, it doesn't. It's nationally televised and all that, but commentators will be talking disappointment and injuries when the clock strikes noon. Enjoy your presents.

Wounded Nets face Pacers

The Nets second season begins Monday. With Brook Lopez out for the season, Brooklyn will have to figure out new ways to win. Just to make things more difficult, they will face Indiana Monday in Brooklyn.

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