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2019 Schedule
7-10, 4th in Atlantic
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2hRichard Jefferson, as told to Dave McMenamin

Richard Jefferson: I'm going to miss dunking on people

In his own words, recently retired Richard Jefferson reflects on the 2016 NBA Finals, the best coach he played for, his early days with the Nets and what he'll miss most.

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LeVert talks injury: 'Obviously, I'm very blessed'

A week removed from dislocating his right foot -- a grotesque injury that looked so much worse than what it actually was -- Nets forward Caris LeVert spoke out Monday about what happened and his plans for the future.

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2dNick DePaula

Who had the best sneakers of Week 5 in the NBA?

From a Stan Lee tribute shoe to retro Shaquille O'Neal kicks, NBA players continued to show their creativity through their choice of sneakers.

Allen has himself big 1st quarter (0:42)
Dinwiddie un-guardable on the dunk (0:21)
Napier's rainbow floater is waved off by the refs (0:27)
Allen flushes alley-oop pass with two-handed jam (0:16)
Russell shakes Porter and drains a 3 (0:24)
Allen finishes putback dunk (0:16)
Dinwiddie gets steal, finishes on the break (0:17)
Russell drops slick bounce pass to Carroll (0:22)
Russell hits smooth pull-up off glass (0:17)
Russell feels it early dropping 13 points (1:01)
Faried takes shovel pass for the jam (0:29)
Hollis-Jefferson sticks with it for and-1 (0:23)
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6dRachel Marcus

Dinwiddie rocks Stan Lee-inspired sneakers

Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie is honoring Marvel icon Stan Lee, who died Monday, with sneakers for Brooklyn's game against the Heat.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie will honor the late Stan Lee with custom artwork on his sneakers in tonight's Nets-Heat game. Dinwiddie produced the shoe himself and will wear a different self-produced shoe in all 82 games this season. The shoes will then be auctioned off to benefit youth-based charities.

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LeVert has dislocated foot, won't need surgery

Nets standout Caris LeVert, after a scary-looking injury Monday, got good news Tuesday: moderate ligament damage to his right foot, no surgery and he is expected to return this season.

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8dMalika Andrews

Nets' LeVert suffers leg injury, taken to hospital

Nets standout Caris LeVert suffered a significant injury to his right leg in Monday's loss to the Timberwolves and was taken to a hospital after being carried off the court.

Team Stats

Points Per Game109.915th
Rebounds Per Game44.1Tied-20th
Assists Per Game23.614th
Points Allowed111.318th

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