As reported earlier, Saturday was the day Caris LeVert and Allen Crabbe returned to practice ... and Sunday is the day when fans will likely to get to see them play when the Nets face the Knicks again, this time at Barclays Center.
We took a look at what else was going on at HSS Training Center ... who was working on what with whom.
There’s a rule, more of a superstition actually, that you never leave the court until you make a shot. Dreadlocked Jeremy Lin followed that rule by making four consecutive three-point shots before heading to the showers:
The sweet stroke of Allen Crabbe, who practiced fully, was on display as well:
Crabbe also featured here, with D’Angelo Russell and Caris LeVert, who are once again shooting around together. This features the sounds of ‘Day N’ Nite’ by Kid Cudi:
@allencrabbe x @CarisLeVert x @Dloading x @KidCudi x @BrooklynNets practice. #Nets <@NetsDaily pic.twitter.com/krdOxx7PxK— Bryan Fonseca ️ (@BryanFonsecaNY) October 7, 2017
Isaiah Whitehead, Timofey Mozgov and Quincy Acy keep it going on the far end:
Trevor Booker develops his downtown stroke nearby:
After speaking with us, Kenny Atkinson heads over to Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, who is (again) getting extra work in on that jump shot:
Hollis-Jefferson heeds the advice, and later throws up some light, smoother-looking turnaround jumpers:
And … even more, to ‘The World Is Yours’ by Nas:
Music seems appropriate, don’t you think?