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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 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.

Nets Finish Winless on Trip, Falling to Damian Lillard and Trail Blazers

Lillard had 28 points and 10 assists to lead Portland, which played without the ill LaMarcus Aldridge but handed the Nets their third straight loss to Western Conference teams.

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.

Klay Thompson Leads Warriors Past Nets

Thompson had 25 points as hot-shooting Golden State handed the Nets their second straight loss to open a three-game trip.

Former Net Gerald Green Has 28 Points as Suns Top His Old Team

Green came off the bench to score 28 points as the host Phoenix Suns erased a 19-point deficit to beat the Nets, 112-104, on Wednesday night.

Taunting Nets? Family Makes That Its Domain

Along with her son, the owner of a New Mexico company that holds the Nets.com domain name is behind pranks on the site that are intended to push the Nets to buy the domain.

With All-Star Benched for Lax Defense, the Nets Hang On

The Nets won with a tenacious defensive performance in the fourth quarter, but they stuck with an effective Kevin Garnett as Brook Lopez watched from the sidelines.

Nets Make Knicks Look Like a Long-Term Project

Amid the Knicks’ public struggles adapting to the triangle offense, they reinforced how much work they have ahead of them as they dropped their third straight game.

Nets and Knicks Resuming Rivalry Amid Cooperation

The Knicks visit the Nets on Friday for their first face-off of a season in which they will serve as joint hosts of the N.B.A. All-Star Game.

Coach Inspires Timberwolves by Pointing to Nets Veteran

The Timberwolves, who are rebuilding, took their work in progress to Brooklyn, where they faced the former Minnesota star Kevin Garnett.

Jay Z Acquires Luxury Champagne Brand Armand de Brignac

A gold bottle of the Champagne, nicknamed “Ace of Spades,” appeared in a music video in 2006. A spokeswoman for Sovereign Brands said Jay Z “made us an offer we simply couldn’t refuse.”

In Rapidly Changing World, Nets Strive for an Important Constant

With an owner who talks like an investor and an old-school coach who is trying to modernize, the Nets have set their sights on winning.

Nets Follow a Bit of Levity With a Serious Drubbing of the Thunder

Mikhail D. Prokhorov offered up some jokes, one about the departure of the former Nets coach Jason Kidd, and then his team, with Brook Lopez back for the home opener, routed Oklahoma City.

Standing Out in the Stands, an Artist and Nets Fan Shows His Moves

Jeffrey Vanchiro, who made his name (and aliases) as a graffiti writer and professional poker player, has carved out his own odd niche at Nets home games.

Joe Johnson’s 34 Points Lift Nets to First Win

Joe Johnson scored 15 of his points in the fourth quarter, and Kevin Garnett added 18 points and 14 rebounds for the Nets in a road win over the Pistons.

Brook Lopez Stays on Sideline as the Nets Say Little

The Nets’ Brook Lopez has not played full-contact basketball since he sprained his right foot in China on Oct. 15.

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.


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