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Nets Stop Big Rally From the Pistons to Preserve a Win

Mason Plumlee had 10 points in the fourth quarter as the Nets were able to hold off the Pistons in a tight finish at Barclays Center.

Cavaliers Mix It Up and Edge Nets

David Blatt, Cleveland’s coach, shook up his starting lineup by adding Mike Miller, and Miller promptly scored 21 points in a victory over the undermanned Nets.

Raptors’ Fourth-Quarter Spurt Dooms Nets

Toronto outscored the Nets, 29-16, in the fourth quarter in the teams’ first meeting since the Nets’ 1-point win in Game 7 of a first-round playoff series in May.

Nets Struggle to Contain Wade and Mother Nature

The Nets’ game against the Heat at Barclays Center was stopped for nearly 30 minutes after water began dripping onto the court from a leak in the roof late in the first quarter.

Colorful Nets Fan Is Gravely Injured in Fall From Building

Jeffrey Vanchiro, 38, who has gained widespread attention as a colorful and outspoken fan of the Nets, was not expected to survive after falling from a second-story window in Flushing, Queens.

Without Kevin Garnett, Nets Dominate Hornets

Joe Johnson scored 22 points to lead the Nets to their second consecutive win, against Charlotte.

Playing Down to 76ers’ Level, a Short Drop, the Nets Shuffle to Victory

The Nets and the 76ers combined for 41 turnovers and 32 missed 3-point attempts in the game, the closest one the Nets had played in nine days.

A Scramble to Dig the N.B.A.’s Biggest Hole

The Atlantic Division has established itself as the league’s sorriest group, but the losing could still get worse.

Amid Trade Rumors, Sluggish Nets Drop Third Straight

By the end of a night in which they were blown out by the Bulls, the Nets had traded Andrei Kirilenko to the 76ers, according to a person with knowledge of the deal.

At Nets’ Game, a Plan for a Simple Statement Is Carried Out to a T

An elaborate plan led to LeBron James wearing an “I Can’t Breathe” T-shirt when the Cavaliers faced the Nets in Brooklyn on Monday night.

Social Convictions Don’t Tuck Neatly Into N.B.A.’s Interests

Adam Silver, the N.B.A. commissioner, must protect the league’s image, but he also must not appear to mute the voices of the league’s athletes or stifle their social activism.

For LeBron James and Other Stars, the Political Is Personal

With his choice of T-shirt, James paid tribute to the last words of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man killed in July in a confrontation with the police.

A Long, Complex Day on the Hardcourt

As British royals took in a Nets game and players addressed the decision not to indict a police officer for the death of Eric Garner, Phil Jackson said the foundering Knicks must stay the course.

Balanced Scoring by Hawks Helps Beat Lopez and Nets

DeMarre Carroll led the Hawks to their fifth straight victory despite 20 points from the Nets’ Lopez.

A Night Later, the Nets Earn Another Victory, This One Over the Champions

The Nets, beating their first quality opponent of the season, halted the San Antonio Spurs’ eight-game winning streak.

For Knicks and Nets, More Money, More Problems

The Knicks and the Nets have two of the N.B.A.'s highest payrolls, but had a combined 10-23 record entering Tuesday night’s matchup.

No Rivalry Here: Nets Prevail in Lethargic Game at the Garden

In a battle between two clubs desperate for a victory — any victory — the Nets dispatched the Knicks in front of a listless sellout crowd at Madison Square Garden.

Knicks Prepare to Host the Nets in a Battle of Futility

New York’s two N.B.A. teams, which meet Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden, are turning the city into a mecca of bad basketball.

In Long-Awaited Barclays Debut, Derrick Rose Helps Bulls Win

Rose, who some believe should have played in a 2013 playoff series against the Nets, struggled early but ended up with a steady performance and a standing ovation by the Chicago fans in attendance.

At Nets’ Game, a Plan for a Simple Statement Is Carried Out to a T

An elaborate plan led to LeBron James wearing an “I Can’t Breathe” T-shirt when the Cavaliers faced the Nets in Brooklyn on Monday night.

Struggling Nets Find Team Even They Can Beat

Philadelphia trailed by only 1 point with 1 minute 13 seconds remaining but could not overpower the Nets, and with the loss, the 76ers dropped to 0-15.

Negative Numbers Piling Up for the 76ers

Philadelphia’s loss to the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday was the team’s 14th straight — one loss short of the franchise record for consecutive defeats to start a season.

Nets Face Stiff Test; Then the Game Starts

John Welch, a 51-year-old assistant coach for the Nets, plays aggressive one-on-one defense in practice against the team’s much larger players.

Nets Fall to Surging Spurs; Raptors Extend Cavs’ Skid

Lou Williams scored a career-high 36 points, and Toronto turned an 18-point deficit into a convincing 110-93 victory on the road over Cleveland.

Nets Edge the Thunder to Halt Skid

The reserve Jarrett Jack scored 23 points to lead the Nets.

Jason Collins, the N.B.A.'s First Openly Gay Player, Retires

Collins, who became the N.B.A.'s first openly gay player as a Net after coming out in 2013 while a free agent, announced his retirement after 13 seasons.

As Nets Take On Bucks, the Boos, and the Win, Go to Jason Kidd

The Brooklyn crowd jeered Kidd, the Bucks’ new coach, who had an acrimonious split with the Nets over the summer. But an improving Milwaukee team pulled out a victory at Barclays Center.

Jason Kidd, About to Face Nets, Again Sheds Little Light on His Departure

Kidd, who left the Nets during the off-season, had the Bucks playing .500 ball ahead of Tuesday’s game against the Knicks.

In Sea of New Faces, Nets Run Aground Against the Heat

The Heat came out on top in a game between teams that have changed a great deal from when they met in the conference semifinals last season.

To Nets Coach Lionel Hollins, Scrappiness Counts

The Warriors’ 14 offensive boards and 19 second-chance points on Thursday left Hollins calling for more aggressive play from his team.


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