Follow the Nets' return to New York with Newsday's Rod Boone.
As if the Nets weren't struggling enough, they're really in for a tall task now that they'll likely have to play without Brook Lopez for the rest of the season.
In a devastating turn of events, Lopez broke the fifth metatarsal in right foot in the Nets' overtime loss to the 76ers at the Wachovia Center Friday night. Although the Nets say they will issue further updates next week after consulting...Read more »
The Nets may get a welcomed gift when Christmas rolls around next week.
Andrei Kirilenko said before Monday’s game against the 76ers that he’s hopeful he’ll return to action prior to the Nets' six-day road trip that will take them from Indiana to San Antonio to Oklahoma City. Kirilenko has missed the Nets’ last 19 games, shelved by back spasms since their Nov. 8 matchup versus the Wizards...Read more »
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J, -- There was a surprise participant on the PNY Center court Monday as the Nets prepared for Tuesday's game versus the Celtics.
That would be Paul Pierce.
Pierce practiced for the first time since fracturing his right hand 10 days ago in the first half of the Nets' 114-95 loss to the Rockets in Houston on Nov. 29. The team's original timetable had him out anywhere...Read more »
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Andray Blatche had the touch going in Saturday night's win over the Grizzlies, canning 7 of 10 attempts and pouring in 20 points.
But look deeper into the box score at the three-point column and those numbers look a little funny. That's because Blatche netted a career-high three triples, a case of him really stretching the defense and a Grizzlies' front line that was without...Read more »