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Frank Back on Board

April 29, 2009 | By: Patrick Hickey, Jr.

After a month of speculation, New Jersey Nets head coach Laurence Frank will be sticking around through the rest of his contract, which is set to expire after the end of next season.
Missing the playoffs and winning just 34-games for the second consecutive season, the Nets brass still have faith in Frank’s ability as […]

Time Running Out for Playoff Run…Still Moving to Brooklyn?

March 27, 2009 | By: Patrick Hickey, Jr.

The difficulty of the rest of the schedule the New Jersey Nets have this season can be looked at in two different ways.
With games against Boston, Orlando and the Lakers over the next few weeks, the Nets know they will have to rise to the next level against those teams or lay in the land […]

Things Getting Tougher For New Jersey

March 13, 2009 | By: Patrick Hickey, Jr.

The New Jersey Nets know things are getting down to the wire.
They know that things aren’t in their favor either.
In the middle of a four-game road trip, the Nets have already lost to Golden State a team that by all means they should have been able to defeat, but thanks in part to a […]

Nets Bench the Key

March 6, 2009 | By: Patrick Hickey, Jr.

Lets face it, despite how good the duo of Devin Harris and Vince Carter have been and regardless of how much Brook Lopez has progressed this season, the Nets have been hard-pressed to find a consistent presence from the other two spots in the lineup.
Bobby Simmons showed some flair against the Bulls last week, […]

Nets Running Out of Time, Sean Williams the Answer?

February 27, 2009 | By: Patrick Hickey, Jr.

Even though the cast is a bit different this season for the New Jersey Nets, things are beginning to look awfully familiar.
On the outside of the playoff picture looking in, the Nets understand they are running out of time and have to step up their game. Otherwise the only way they’ll make the playoffs […]

Nets Crave Another K-Mart

February 6, 2009 | By: Patrick Hickey, Jr.

For many Nets fans, Kenyon Martin will always be the one that got away.
At one time, Martin was one of the core players on a Nets team that finished first in the Atlantic Division. It was before the arrival of Vince Carter and Devin Harris and before Byron Scott got the ax in favor […]

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