2019 SeasonAll times ET

2019 Schedule
22-23, 4th in Atlantic
Nets fans chant 'Kyrie is leaving' (0:21)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kenny Atkinson on the Nets, currently in playoff position in the Eastern Conference: "We're playing games that mean something. That's exciting for our development and our confidence. These guys think they can do something special."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kenny Atkinson on D'Angelo Russell, who had 34 points and seven assists in Brooklyn's win over Boston: "There's no fear. He believes in himself. He's got tremendous, tremendous confidence."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

D'Angelo Russell had 34 points to lead the Nets to a win over Boston. The Celtics, who were missing Kyrie Irving and Marcus Smart, have dropped three straight. Russell's 18-point third quarter opened the game up for Brooklyn, which got 19 points each from Jarrett Allen and Rodions Kurucs.

Russell drops 18 in the third for Nets (1:07)
Kurucs channels Lorenzo Charles with tip-in (0:23)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

His future in Brooklyn is uncertain but D'Angelo Russell is certainly enjoying the present. He had 18 points in the third quarter to help the Nets break the game open against Boston.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

A loud "Kyrie's leaving!" chant broke out early in the fourth quarter at Barclays Center as the Nets increased their lead over Boston to 24. Even without Irving and Marcus Smart, this is a strong performance by Brooklyn.

Dinwiddie drains 3 from the logo (0:24)
Allen goes behind the back to set up Kurucs and-1 (0:28)
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2dNick DePaula

Who had the best sneakers of Week 13 in the NBA?

Paul George debuted his new signature sneaker, Stephen Curry still pays tribute to The Town, and Kyrie Irving has a new model in this edition of Kicks of the Week.

Davis dunks over Powell (0:19)
Russell catches fire vs. Hawks (1:21)
Allen leaps for one-handed dunk (0:19)
Kurucs glides in for dunk off the steal (0:16)
Dinwiddie throws up circus shot (0:19)
Nets play tribute video to Vinsanity (0:43)
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8dTim Bontemps

Despite loss, Nets can finally point toward a brighter future

After years of self-inflicted pain caused by the fallout from their 2013 trade with the Celtics, the Nets are beginning to show signs that meaningful basketball will once again be played in Brooklyn.

Coming off the bench, Faried gets hit with pass (0:22)
Napier, Dinwiddie not on the same page (0:20)

Bobby Marks ESPN 

D'Angelo Russell has now met the starter criteria in his contract. The Brooklyn point guard has now started 41 games this season and will be eligible to receive a $9.16M Qualifying Offer as a free agent this summer. The $21M free agent cap hold remains unchanged.

Allen and Russell lead Nets to win (1:30)
Allen swats Bulls' shot off the court (0:22)
Allen slams it down for Nets (0:15)

Team Stats

Points Per Game110.717th
Rebounds Per Game45.614th
Assists Per Game23.420th
Points Allowed111.319th

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2018 Draft Picks

RD(PK)PLAYERPOSSCHOOL
1(29)Dzanan MusaSF
2(10)Rodions KurucsSF
2(15)Hamidou DialloSGKentucky

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2018-192223.489
2017-182854.341
2016-172062.244
2015-162161.256
2014-153844.463