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    The Brooklyn Nets season is spiraling out of control, but as they embark on a crucial home stand, they’ll be forced to play without Kyrie Irving. Irving’s anti-vaccine stance continues to have him barred from the Barclays Center because of New York City’s mandate. If the mandate gets lifted, Irving will be allowed to play in his team’s home games, but for now, he’s just a roadshow. As Irving watches the Nets season get derailed by an 11-game losing streak, he claims to feel no guilt regarding his refusal to get vaccinated. Instead, Irving sounds as though he’s seeking sympathy for the situation he put himself in. “Play your media games with somebody else bro, please,” Irving ranted to reporters after the Nets lost their 11th consecutive game over the weekend. “I understand there’s a lot going on in our world and I’m here as a human being just like you, bro. Please respect my boundaries, man. That’s all I’m asking, bro. There’s no guilt that I feel. I’m the only player who has to deal with this in New...
    Getty Brooklyn Nets guard Patty Mills celebrates after making a three-point shot during a game against the Toronto Raptors. William Arthur Ward once wrote, “If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you can dream it, you can become it.” Clearly, Brooklyn Nets guard Patty Mills has a similar philosophy where his hardwood exploits are concerned. On Saturday, the New York Post published a Q&A with the Aussie sharpshooter, who is just a handful of days removed from dropping a 30-piece on the Toronto Raptors. The piece touched on a number of topics, including Mills’ thoughts on Brooklyn’s unique culture, overcoming racism as a youth and James Harden’s beard. However, the biggest revelation to come out of exercise may be that Mills literally visualizes himself delivering an NBA championship to the Nets. “I envision it on a regular basis of winning a championship here and how that would feel,” Mills said. “It would really be another level of passion and excitement for this place.”Mills Describes His Championship Dreams Play Patty Mills PUT ON A SHOW!...
    Irina Shayk Once Described Kanye West as Rare: Relationship Timeline 20 Great Cities With Shockingly Cheap Real Estate When Charles Barkley proclaimed in an interview with the New York Daily News that he was rooting against the Nets in their pursuit of the 2021 NBA championship, there might have been plenty of reasonable justifications for that preference. James Harden’s push to get out of Houston was, to say the least, inelegant. Kyrie Irving has lost more than a few admirers in his puzzling journey from the clever Uncle Drew character to the edge of the flat Earth. Barkley, though, he is bothered by the Nets’ assembly of those two and Kevin Durant into the latest NBA Super Team. “I’m rooting against all super teams,” Barkley said. “I’m old school.” MORE: How the Nets were built | Harden injury update Is he old-school enough to have cheered against the original Super Team? Because this did not begin with LeBron James taking his talents to South Beach to help Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh carry the Miami Heat to four...
    Getty The latest rumors have LeBron James recruiting Kevin Durant to join him in Los Angeles. Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant is one of the best talents in the NBA today. After suffering a career-threatening Achilles tear during the 2019 NBA Finals Durant came back this season and showed all of his doubters that he still has not lost it. On the season Durant is averaging 28.3 points, 6.9 rebounds, and 5.2 assists per game. Durant is clearly amongst the NBA’s elite from a talent standpoint, but is he the undisputed best player in the NBA? Portland Trail Blazers All-Star Damian Lillard thinks so. Join Heavy on Nets! Damian Lillard Is Picking Durant Over Everyone in a Pick-up GameThe comparison of NBA players is something that may never stop. One ongoing debate is who is the best player in the NBA today between Durant and Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James. Damian Lillard is the latest NBA player to chime in on the discussion during a recent appearance on the Dan Patrick Show. “I’m showing up with...
    Getty Damian Lillard and James Harden at the 2021 NBA All-Star Game. Portland Trail Blazers All-Star Damian Lillard  considered one of the most loyal players in the NBA today. After being drafted by the Trail Blazers in 2012 he has spent the entirety of his eight-year career in Portland. Portland has always been a middle-of-the-pack type team. They were never a terrible team, but they were not good enough to place amongst the elite teams either. This year, however, they have been bad. The latest Nets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Nets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Nets! Lillard Tells the World What We Already KnewLillard and the Blazers have lost five of their last seven games and are fighting to stay in the playoff picture. They sit at 7th place in the Western Conference with a record of 34-28. Lillard knows that the team has not been playing well, but also understands that the small market Portland Trail Blazers do not have the luxury of having multiple stars on their roster such...
    Getty CHICAGO, IL - OCTOBER 29: Kevin Durant #35 of the Golden State Warriors handles the ball against Zach LaVine #8 of the Chicago Bulls on October 29, 2018 at United Center in Chicago, Illinois. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. Mandatory Copyright Notice: Copyright 2018 NBAE (Photo by Jeff Haynes/NBAE via Getty Images) If anyone knows about building a dynasty it is Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant. Durant started his career with the fiery trio of himself, Russell Westbrook, and James Harden and then set the league on fire when he joined forces with Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green on the Golden State Warriors. Now Durant is trying to help build another dynasty in Brooklyn. The Nets front office has been a busy group throughout much of the year as they have worked hard to put a championship-level product on the floor. However, a team that is also building some momentum...
    Getty Kevin Durant poses with his two NBA titles. Kevin Durant came into the NBA with the weight of the world on his shoulders when he entered the league in 2007. At the time KD was considered a Unicorn. A seven-footer who could handle the ball like Allen Iverson and shoot the ball as well as Reggie Miller. Durant was destined for greatness. With all the pressure that Durant was facing, he still managed to live up to the hype. During his time with the Oklahoma City Thunder, he won four scoring titles, had been All-NBA multiple times, and won the NBA’s Most Valuable Player award in 2014. However, one thing that eluded him was an NBA title, that was until he joined the Golden State Warriors in the summer of 2016. The latest Nets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Nets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Nets! Winning Titles No Longer Drives KDNow that Durant has captured two championships to go along with two NBA Finals Most Valuable Player awards, he is starting...
    Allen Robinson, the next Adrian Wojnarowski? The veteran NFL wide receiver, who last played for the Bears and is currently a free agent, decided to put on his reporter hat Tuesday morning, but not to reveal his plans for the upcoming season. Robinson hopped on Twitter and declared that … Cavaliers center Andre Drummond will be joining the Nets? NBA TRADE DEADLINE: Date, time, latest rumors, news, top targets “Per sources, Andre Drummond will be signing with the Nets,” Robinson tweeted. “They get some reinforcement on the defensive end and the glass. Look for them to still be active around the trade deadline lol.” Per sources, Andre Drummond will be signing with the nets. They get some reinforcement on the defensive end and the glass. Look for them to still be active around the trade deadline lol — Allen Robinson II (@AllenRobinson) March 9, 2021 Well, that came out of nowhere. We’ve got to talk about a few things here: — Robinson’s “report” ends with him saying “lol,” so it’s possible this is just a joke. In that case, uh, you got us. — Drummond can’t...
    Getty Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving. At the beginning of the season, Brooklyn Nets shooting guard Kyrie Irving took a seven-game long hiatus due to personal reasons. The sudden decision to sit out by Irving confused many especially because it was on the heels of Kevin Durant’s first six-day quarantine of the season and James Harden had not been traded to the Nets yet. One analyst’s report on why Kyrie had decided not to play left Twitter in an uproar. Reporter Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson was the reporter that tweeted that Irving’s reason for not playing in the game was simply that he just did not feel like it. Scoop B made an appearance on Ian Begley’s show The Putback to add more context to his controversial tweet.Reporter Details the Reason Behind Kyrie’s ‘Personal Leave’“’I just don’t wanna play’ was the tweet and what I actually learned in that situation was that you gotta give more context you just can’t assume that people know what you meant,” Scoop B said. "From what I understand, Kyrie took a personal...
    New York : You could say that everyone is used to seeing the actress Marie Antoinette of the Snows characterized by his beloved and emblematic Mexican television character ‘The chilindrina‘, but this time he managed to impact his followers on social networks with a photograph that immediately collected multiple compliments. And it is that De las Nieves took advantage of his stay in the port of Acapulco, Guerrero, one of the most popular tourist centers in Mexico, to wear a sensual two-piece black bikini that made it clear that, despite his 70 years, she still maintains a slim figure, enviable and admirable for many people. “Enjoying nature with my family,” he wrote under his postcard that reached 10,000 likes. #The chilindrina in sexy bikini pic.twitter.com/Y8q4TsfI4U – CandyShowDAILY (@TheCSdaily) February 18, 2021 Immediately, his fans wrote to him in the publication: “Very pretty”, “Wonderful”, “Very beautiful”, “Wow, very beautiful”, “Beautiful, living legend”, “Beautiful my Chilindrina”, “You are perfect”, “Wow, divine woman”, and one more compilation of messages. The truth is that Marie Antoinette has always been a beautiful woman, despite...
    A Black Lives Matter activist was accused of burning books by Trump and Ann Coulter. He was then fired from his job. At least 23 people dead in storm-related incidents It hasn’t yet sunk in for Steve Nash, the enormity of the job, the responsibility of steering this powerful but possibly teetering Brooklyn Nets ship to its desired destination. The pressure hasn’t been applied on the first-year coach, and he still approaches these games with a youthful appearance compared to the strain and stress that’s sure to be around the corner. The only consistency has been inconsistency, with Nash’s presence the only constant thus far and he’s the novice who hadn’t even been an assistant before being handed a team with championship expectations. “There is [a lot] to be a coach in this league, connecting all departments and all people trying to lead. All those things take up more time than coaching, in a sense,” Nash said. “So I think, you know, early on in the season, I just tried to embrace everything that gets thrown at us and...
    Indoor portions of National Mall closed due to COVID-19 Australia Vaccines on Track; Hong Kong Lockdown: Virus Update Nets James Harden has been the one in the new trio deferring and shooting less as the team starts to jell With just about four minutes left in the Brooklyn Nets' 128-124 win over the Miami Heat on Saturday night, James Harden used a screen from Jeff Green and weaved his way into the lane, where he suddenly found himself all alone. But instead of rising up for an easy mid-range jumper, Harden hesitated, then whipped a bounce pass between Kevin Durant's legs and out of bounds for a turnover.  © Provided by CBS Sports It didn't end up being a pivotal play, but it did highlight an interesting trend developing in the last three games. Since Kyrie Irving's return to the lineup, and the official start of the Harden-Irving-Durant era, Harden has been much less aggressive than usual in terms of looking to score the ball.  Against the Heat, he finished with 12 points -- just the fifth time he's...
    DC, statehouses beef up security as possibility of violence looms ahead of inauguration Grassley: Very little opportunity for Trump to lead the Republican Party, regardless of impeachment The Nets are staying tight-lipped about a mysterious personal absence that has kept Kyrie Irving out for 3 games © Sarah Stier/Getty Images Kyrie Irving. Sarah Stier/Getty Images Kyrie Irving has missed three games for "personal" reasons that have not yet been made clear. Nets head coach Steve Nash admitted after the first missed game that he had not heard from Irving. Nash declined to comment on whether he has been satisfied with Irving's communication during the absence. Irving is reported to be "okay," but Kevin Durant said he would "pray" for Irving and let Irving explain his absence himself. One report said that Irving's absence was related to the recent riots at the Capitol. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Kyrie Irving has missed the last three Brooklyn Nets games for "personal" reasons that have not yet been made clear. While personal absences are not uncommon in the NBA,...
    Kyrie Irving. Sarah Stier/Getty Images Kyrie Irving has missed three games for "personal" reasons that have not yet been made clear. Nets head coach Steve Nash admitted after the first missed game that he had not heard from Irving. Nash declined to comment on whether he has been satisfied with Irving's communication during the absence. Irving is reported to be "okay," but Kevin Durant said he would "pray" for Irving and let Irving explain his absence himself. One report said that Irving's absence was related to the recent riots at the Capitol. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Kyrie Irving has missed the last three Brooklyn Nets games for "personal" reasons that have not yet been made clear. While personal absences are not uncommon in the NBA, there is often a reason attributed to them. In Irving's case, there is a certain mystery surrounding his absence. Irving first missed a January 7 game against the Philadelphia 76ers. Before the game, Nets head coach Steve Nash said he had reached out to Irving but hadn't heard back. After...
    Getty Kevin Durant high fives Taurean Prince and Jeff Green during a victory over the Atlanta Hawks. When Brooklyn Nets Forward Kevin Durant went down with a torn Achilles during the 2019 NBA Finals, it left a lot of uncertainty in the minds of hoops fans. “Will KD ever be the same player again?” was the question that loomed in the minds of most. After all, Hall of Famers Isaiah Thomas and Kobe Bryant never quite returned to the superstar level that fans were accustomed to seeing when they suffered the same injury. Five games into the season and not only does Durant look like he’s back but he is quietly starting his campaign trail for his second league MVP award. Durant’s New Role Kevin Durant, for most of his career, has been known primarily for being an elite scorer. Well, it appears that his three-year stint in Golden State to go along with the 18-month recovery is already paying dividends. In Brooklyn’s first few games Durant has looked like quite the playmaker. According to CBS Sports, in...
    Over 1 in 4 child-care providers nationwide still remain closed House Democrats will seat Iowa Republican who won seat by six votes out of more than 394,000 Tyrese Haliburton has a message for critics after showing he deserved to be picked higher in the NBA draft It felt like EVERYBODY knew it the moment Tyrese Haliburton’s name was read as the Sacramento Kings’ pick at No. 12 in the 2020 NBA draft: it was a HUGE steal for the franchise. © Provided by For The Win Since then, the Iowa State guard has proven it in the first four games of his NBA career. Right out of the gate, he’s averaged 10.5 ppg, 5.3 apg and has shot 50 percent (!) from beyond the arc (!!) and 56 percent overall. On Tuesday, in an upset of the Denver Nuggets, he had 13 points, six dimes and three steals. The hype is officially here. And Haliburton had a message for anyone who criticized his funky-looking jumper: They said the jumper wouldn’t translate????????— Tyrese Haliburton (@TyHaliburton22) December 30, 2020 Seriously!...
    James Harden is in the eye of a media storm right now after reports emerged that Harden wanted to leave the Houston Rockets and go to the Brooklyn Nets. CJ McCollum spoke about the possibility of the trade. The news of discontent came off the back of several changes in the Houston Rockets. The Rockets sacked head coach Mike D’Antoni, replacing him with Stephen Silas. Additionally, Rockets GM Daryl Morey left the Rockets to join the Philadelphia 76ers front office. SANTA MONICA, CA – JUNE 25: James Harden (L) and Monja Willis speak onstage at the 2018 NBA Awards at Barkar Hangar on June 25, 2018 in Santa Monica, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Turner Sports) Harden, after another disappointment in the playoffs, no longer wants to play with the Rockets. Even though he has had many All-Star teammates such as Dwight Howard, Chris Paul, Carmelo Anthony, and now Russell Westbrook, Harden hasn’t been able to see any playoff success. Harden’s desire to leave is due to his championship ambition. Therefore, a reunion with Kevin Durant in Brooklyn...
    After wildfire smoke clears, protests resume in Portland A Tripadvisor user left a one-star review for Gordon Ramsays restaurant after they said they were served a tiny steak Steve Nash has interesting take on Kevin Durants role with the Nets The Brooklyn Nets’ decision to hire Hall of Fame guard Steve Nash to be their new head coach was made with both Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving in mind. © Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports It appears KD will be playing all five positions going forward. Specifically, Durant worked with Nash when both were members of the Golden State Warriors. While Nash has no experience as a head coach or even an assistant, he was a part-time consultant for the organization during Durant’s tenure in Oakland. Weeks after being hired, Nash is now hinting at how he plans to use Durant. “Kevin, with his length, is a matchup problem for everyone,” Nash said on "The Old Man and the Three" podcast (h/t SNY). “Kevin can play all five positions, and I plan to use him in all five positions.” Durant...
    The Batman TV spin-off in the works from director Matt Reeves Murder hornet mania: Hundreds of people think theyve spotted the Asian giant hornet Part of the NBAs restart format has already taken a hit before the games even begin © Paul Bereswill/Getty Images Wilson Chandler (second from left), Spencer Dinwiddie, and DeAndre Jordan are all sitting out of the NBA's restart. Paul Bereswill/Getty Images The Brooklyn Nets and Washington Wizards are both entering the NBA "bubble" in Disney with fractured squads due to injuries, COVID-19 cases, and players opting out. Though neither team has any chance of advancing in the playoffs, they will both play eight regular-season games, compete for the playoffs, and the winner will likely be swept out of the first round. The NBA has received some criticism for bringing too many teams to Orlando and not going straight to the playoffs, and the Nets and Wizards' near-meaningless games illustrate those criticisms. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. When the NBA season resumes in a "bubble" in Disney World, the Brooklyn Nets and Washington...
    Wilson Chandler (second from left), Spencer Dinwiddie, and DeAndre Jordan are all sitting out of the NBA's restart. Paul Bereswill/Getty Images The Brooklyn Nets and Washington Wizards are both entering the NBA "bubble" in Disney with fractured squads due to injuries, COVID-19 cases, and players opting out. Though neither team has any chance of advancing in the playoffs, they will both play eight regular-season games, compete for the playoffs, and the winner will likely be swept out of the first round. The NBA has received some criticism for bringing too many teams to Orlando and not going straight to the playoffs, and the Nets and Wizards' near-meaningless games illustrate those criticisms. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. When the NBA season resumes in a "bubble" in Disney World, the Brooklyn Nets and Washington Wizards look set to compete in a playoff race "race" that raises questions about the wisdom of the league's restart format. Thanks to a series of COVID-19 cases, injuries, and opt-outs, the Brooklyn Nets and Washington Wizards, separated by six games in the standings,...
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