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Topic - New Jersey Nets
Kidd went 44-38 in his only season as Nets coach, but then sought control of the basketball operations department and was denied. The Nets gave him permission to talk to other teams about a job. Milwaukee still has coach Larry Drew under contract.
Jason Kidd's shirt read "GOLF," which he said was more random wardrobe choice than upcoming itinerary.
They have hung high above the Barclays Center plaza this season, oversized pictures of the faces of the Brooklyn Nets' biggest stars.
Strange as it sounds, missing shots worked wonders for the Miami Heat.
LeBron James scored 22 points, Chris Bosh added 18 and the Miami Heat took a 2-0 lead in their Eastern Conference semifinal series by beating the Brooklyn Nets 94-82 on Thursday night.
Once the Miami Heat finally figured out how to get rolling against Brooklyn, they never ceded control.
James scored 22 points, Ray Allen added 19 and the Heat stayed perfect in this postseason by beating the Nets 107-86 on Tuesday night in Game 1 of an Eastern Conference semifinal series. It was the first win for Miami in five meetings with Brooklyn this season.
Turns out, the Miami Heat can beat the Brooklyn Nets.
Dwyane Wade hardly thinks the regular-season series between Brooklyn and Miami was meaningless.
After a nail-biting triumph in Toronto, the Brooklyn Nets are moving on to Miami.
The Nets will begin the conference semifinals at Miami on Tuesday night to play the two-time defending NBA champion Heat.
Paul Pierce blocked Kyle Lowry's shot from the lane on the final play of the game, and the Brooklyn Nets held off the Toronto Raptors 104-103 in Game 7 on Sunday to advance to the second round of the playoffs.
Raptors coach Dwane Casey ditched his car and rode the subway to Sunday's Game 7 against the Brooklyn Nets.
Slowed by foul trouble and struggling with his shot, Paul Pierce still found a way to come up big for the Brooklyn Nets.
Kyle Lowry's prolific offense carried the Toronto Raptors to a big lead, and his defensive smarts saved the game.