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Nets Are Dismantled by the Celtics, Another Work in Progress

Following the lead of point guard Rajon Rondo, Boston dominated the Nets in their season opener, a night full of mishaps and misadventures.

Legacy Shaped in Northwest Takes Hold in Brooklyn

Lionel Hollins, the Nets’ new coach, played under Jack Ramsay with the N.B.A. champion Trail Blazers in 1977 and talked basketball with him up until Ramsay’s death in April at age 89.

As Buzz Fades, Focus Will Be on Nets’ Play. Fine by Them.

The Nets, who made their much-trumpeted move to Brooklyn two seasons ago, are not being given much of a chance by prognosticators but have maintained a collection of talent.

In Shorter-Game Experiment, Nets See Disparities as Minute

The N.B.A. used the Nets-Celtics preseason game Sunday to conduct a one-time experiment with a shorter format, including 11-minute quarters.

China Responds to N.B.A. Diplomacy

China’s insatiable appetite for American basketball was on display as the Nets and the Sacramento Kings played exhibition games in Shanghai and Beijing.

Nets and Brook Lopez Savor the News on His Foot Injury

Given Lopez’s medical history, he felt lucky when he learned that a midfoot sprain could sideline him for 14 days.

China Responds Well to Hardwood Ambassadors

China’s insatiable appetite for American basketball was on display as the Nets and the Sacramento Kings played exhibition games in Shanghai and Beijing.

Nets Outlast Kings in Beijing

Mirza Teletovic scored 22 points to lead the Nets to a 129-117 overtime victory over the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday in an exhibition game in Beijing.

Mirza Teletovic Leads Nets to Win Over Kings

Teletovic scored 22 points to lead the Nets to a 129-117 overtime preseason victory over the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday, as Brooklyn swept a pair of exhibition games in China between the teams.

N.B.A. to Experiment With Shorter Game in Nets Exhibition

Sunday’s Nets-Celtics game will be 44 minutes, instead of 48, and the number of mandatory timeouts will also be reduced in a game-shortening exercise.

Nets Edge the Kings in Shanghai

Mirza Teletovic made a 3-pointer with less than a minute remaining to lift the Nets to a 97-95 preseason win over the Sacramento Kings in Shanghai.

Start of Everything Is a Game That Means Nothing

The Nets kicked off the preseason with an exhibition victory over Maccabi Tel Aviv at Barclays Center. Next up is a tour of China.

With Purpose and Perspective, Nets’ Kevin Garnett Enters His 20th Season

Garnett, 38, the only player left in the N.B.A. from the 1995 draft class, is expected to be a part of the Nets’ starting lineup this season, which may or may not be his last.

With Nets, a New Guard Finds Old Ties

The Nets’ Andrei Kirilenko, 33, and Sergey Karasev, 20, share a basketball connection that started years ago in Russia.

China Responds to N.B.A. Diplomacy

China’s insatiable appetite for American basketball was on display as the Nets and the Sacramento Kings played exhibition games in Shanghai and Beijing.

China Responds Well to Hardwood Ambassadors

China’s insatiable appetite for American basketball was on display as the Nets and the Sacramento Kings played exhibition games in Shanghai and Beijing.

Nets and Dodgers Ponder a Complex Deal to Merge Assets

Mikhail D. Prokhorov, the Nets’ owner, is trying to create a new company by combining his team and arena assets with those owned by the investor group that bought the Los Angeles Dodgers two years ago.

Nets’ Mason Plumlee Seeks a Double Bounce in His Offense

In an effort to remedy his free-throw shooting, Plumlee, who thrilled fans last season with his aerial play and thunderous dunks, has changed his routine.

Again, Nets’ New Season Brings With It New Coach

Lionel Hollins, the latest coach to enter the revolving door that seems to come with the territory of leading the Nets, has a style that distinguishes him, at least verbally, from Jason Kidd, his predecessor.

Nets Are Set to Buy Out Contract of Lawrence Frank

Frank was hired as Jason Kidd’s top assistant before last season, but he was marginalized after they disagreed on philosophy.

A New Spring in a Guard’s Step

Operations offer a dose of optimism for Nets point guard Deron Williams and his team after the disappointment of last season.

Stephon Marbury the Musical: A Tale of Making It in Beijing

The mutual love affair between the former N.B.A. player and his adopted home of Beijing will reach a new milestone this fall when “I Am Stephon Marbury,” a musical about his life in China, opens in the capital.

LeBron James and Cavs Open vs. Knicks

The N.B.A. on Wednesday released its schedule, which begins on Oct. 28 with the San Antonio Spurs hosting the Dallas Mavericks in one of three games.

Fast-Break Acclimation for New Net From Bosnia

Bojan Bogdanovic, a 25-year-old forward from Bosnia and Herzegovina, has been on a whirlwind introductory tour since signing a three-year contract with the Nets last week.

Paul Pierce, Leaving Nets, Is Said to Reach Deal With Wizards

Pierce, acquired by the Nets in a costly deal last year, was set to walk away from Brooklyn, agreeing on what was believed to be a two-year, $11 million contract with Washington.

With Eye on LeBron James, Cavaliers Trade Guard to Nets

The Nets reached a deal on Wednesday to acquire Jarrett Jack and Sergey Karasev from Cleveland in a three-team trade that included sending Marcus Thornton to Boston.

Nets’ Low-Key Introduction Reflects New Coach

The Nets’ introduction of Lionel Hollins contrasted with the pageantry that accompanied last year’s introduction of Jason Kidd.

The Bottom Line Should Decide

Free agency has helped the N.B.A. keep pace with global events like the World Cup and Wimbledon.

Nets Quickly Hire Lionel Hollins as Their Coach

Hollins, a veteran coach who guided the Grizzlies to the Western Conference finals in 2013, was the Nets’ primary candidate after Jason Kidd left to join the Bucks.

Kidd Dismisses Intrigue Without Dispelling Mystery

Jason Kidd, now the Bucks’ coach, denied asking for greater clout within the Nets’ organization but evaded questions about the circumstances prompting the divorce.


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