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Follow the Nets' return to New York with Newsday's Rod Boone.

Gerald Wallace out for second straight game

Gerald Wallace steals the ball from the Boston

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MIAMI -- Gerald Wallace will miss his second straight game when the Nets meet the Heat at AmericanAirlines Arena Wednesday night.

Wallace continues to nurse the sprained left ankle he suffered at the tail end of Saturday’s season-opening win against the Raptors. He’s shed the walking boot and seemed to be moving well around the locker room prior to the Nets' shootaround, though he declined...

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Gerald Wallace won't play against Timberwolves

Gerald Wallace takes a few shots during a

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The Nets won’t be at full strength when they host Minnesota at the Barclays Center Monday night.

Gerald Wallace’s sprained left ankle hasn’t sufficiently healed and the veteran swingman isn’t going to play against the Timberwolves. Keith Bogans will start in his place.

Wallace injured himself in the closing minute of Saturday night’s 107-100 win over the Raptors, rolling his ankle on...

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Nets eager for tomorrow's opener

No. 43 ? KRIS HUMPHRIES Forward Years pro:

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Gerald Wallace summed the Nets' feelings up rather easily.

"It feels like we haven’t played in two months," the swingman said following Friday's practice at the Barclays Center. "We are anxious to get out on the court and just play against somebody other than ourselves." 

Due to the effects of superstorm Sandy, the Nets' opener scheduled for Thursday at the Barclays...

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Starters taking a rest in Beantown tonight

Brooklyn Nets head coach Avery Johnson yells to

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BOSTON – If you were planning on flipping on NBATV tonight to get a another peek at the new-look Nets, don't expect to see any of their starters in action against the Celtics.

Avery Johnson is going with a starting lineup loaded with reserves, opting to give his main five a day off after playing two games in three nights, including Monday's 98-88 victory over the Wizards at the Barclays Center....

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Nets extremely eager to hit someone else

Nets head coach, Avery Johnson talks to players

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- At long last, Avery Johnson will finally get the chance to see his Brooklyn Nets in action against someone else.

The Nets bused to Atlantic City following Friday's practice at the PNY Center, motoring down the shore to play their first preseason game. They're the only team that hasn't played a game yet and that has them champing at the bit to hit the court against...

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Nets set for camp scrimmage tonight

Gerald Wallace practices foul shots during practice at

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Players are rarely thrilled to get their scrimmage on. Simulating game action is never as fun as the real thing.

But for the Nets, it's time to gauge their progress after three days of the training camp grind. Joe Johnson, for one, seems excited to hit the court here at the PNY Center Friday evening in the Nets' Black & White scrimmage. 

"I...

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D-Will thinks Nets backcourt duo will be 'a great fit'

East Rutherford, NJ - October 2, 2012: Deron

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Deron Williams likes what he's seeing so far from Joe Johnson and believes it's only a matter of time before the two really start jelling.

"It’s been fun playing with him," the All-Star point guard said after Wednesday's practice at the PNY Center. "We’ve got a good group. I think we have a chance to be really good, with him and Gerald [Wallace] on the...

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King: Nets' starters can match anyone in NBA, title is within reach

Nets general manager Billy King speaks to the

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Billy King is sure his starting quintet ranks among the tops in the league.

In King's eyes, their lineup of Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, Gerald Wallace, Kris Humphries and Brook Lopez stacks up extremely well against anyone.

"Those five, I think we can match up with any five on the court," the Nets' GM said at the PNY Center Tuesday in his preseason...

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Childress officially on board

JOSH CHILDRESS Traded to the Phoenix Suns from

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Josh Childress is officially the newest Net.

The team announced the signing of the 6-8 forward Thursday, giving them another versatile bench player who they hope will help in a variety of ways. The Nets, whose roster now stands at 15, view Childress as a backup to starting swingman Gerald Wallace and he fills the last void that Avery Johnson and GM Billy King wanted to plug.

Childress,...

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Watson: Nets could be team to be reckoned with

Chicago Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau, right, talks

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C.J. Watson is in Africa at the moment, participating in the NBA's Basketball Without Borders program. 

The Nets point guard is loving every minute of it, too.

"It’s fun," Watson said in a phone conversation with Newsday on Wednesday, "to finally experience this, and just to get out there and take the kids, and teach them different drills and about education. It’s...

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