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Atlantic Division98.6 (3rd)106.0 (4th)
Eastern Conference13th14th


Sat Mar 26
W 120 - 110IND
Mon Mar 28
L 110 - 99at MIA
Tue Mar 29
L 139 - 105at ORL
Thu Mar 31
L 107 - 87at CLE
Fri Apr 1
L 105 - 91at NY
Sun Apr 3
L 106 - 87NO
Wed Apr 6
L 121 - 103at WAS
Fri Apr 8
L 113 - 99at CHA
Sun Apr 10
L 129 - 105at IND
Mon Apr 11
L 120 - 111WAS
Wed Apr 13
L 103 - 96TOR


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Nets' Justin Hamilton: Signs two-year deal with Nets
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Hamilton agreed to a two-year, $6 million deal with the Nets on Friday, Shams Charania of The Vertical reports.

Hamilton will make his return to the NBA following a 2015 season where he played with Valencia Basket in Spain and averaged 13.7 points, 5.2 rebounds, and 0.8 assists per game. The 26-year-old joins Brook Lopez in Brooklyn's backcourt and looks to add defensive presence and scoring ability to a Nets squad that went 21-61 last season, third-worst in the NBA.

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Nets' Jeremy Lin: Agrees to terms with Nets
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Lin agreed to terms with the Nets on a three-year, $36 million contract Friday, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reports.

Lin is believed to be headed back to New York, but now as a Brooklyn Net. The 27-year-old should get a chance to start for Brooklyn, assuming that the Nets don't add a better player to their roster, which seems unlikely at this point. The point guard averaged 11.7 points, 3.0 assists, and 3.2 rebounds with 13.8 minutes per game for Charlotte's 2015-16 season. Overall, this deal looks like an affordable one for Brooklyn, and especially a solid fit for Lin, as he'll be reunited with coach Kenny Atkinson, a former assistant with the Knicks during the Linsanity years.

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Nets' Rondae Hollis-Jefferson: Will suit up for Brooklyn in summer league
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Hollis-Jefferson will play for the Nets during the summer league, Andy Vasquez of The Record reports.

Since a broken right ankle limited Hollis-Jefferson to just 29 appearances as a rookie, he should get plenty of run during the summer league while new Nets coach Kenny Atkinson gets a first-hand look at the forward's skills. At just 21 years old, Hollis-Jefferson already profiles as one of the league's better perimeter defenders, but on a Nets squad short on talent, he may need to take on more of a scoring role in his second season. Further developing a three-point shot may be imperative to any dramatic rise in offensive output that Hollis-Jefferson notices in 2016-17, as he hit just 28.6 percent of his tries from distances last season.

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Nets' Isaiah Whitehead: Viewed primarily as a point guard
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Nets coach Kenny Atkinson said Tuesday that he views Whitehead primarily as a point guard, Andy Vasquez of The Record reports.

Atkinson cited Whitehead's distribution skills as the main reason behind his assessment, but at 6-foot-5, the rookie from Seton Hall could also see some run at shooting guard. The Nets aren't expected to retain Jarrett Jack (knee) heading into the upcoming season, which could temporarily leave Whitehead atop the depth chart at point guard. However, it's quite unlikely that Atkinson would feel comfortable with letting a second-round draft pick run the point in the opener, so look for the team to add a more accomplished veteran via free agency or trade this summer.

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Nets' Caris LeVert: Not expected to play in summer league
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LeVert (foot) isn't expected to play for the Nets in the summer league, Daniel Popper of the New York Daily News reports. "I'm a long-term thinker, a long-term type of guy, always have been," LeVert said. "I'm just excited. I know it's a lot of work to be put in right now, but I'm just excited to get to this point."

LeVert has underwent three surgeries to repair stress fractures in his left foot, with the latter two procedures ending his junior and senior seasons at Michigan prematurely. Despite the medical red flags, the 6-foot-7 LeVert's talents were immense enough for the Nets to take a gamble on him with the 20th overall pick. While LeVert will skip out on summer league play, he's expected to be back to full health by training camp, when he could immediately claim a rotation spot for a depth-deprived Nets squad.

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2015-16 Team Leaders
PPGBrook Lopez , C20.6
RPGThaddeus Young , SF9
APGDonald Sloan , PG4.4
FG%Thaddeus Young , SF51.4
FT%Brook Lopez , C78.7
3P%Bojan Bogdanovic , SG38.2
BLOCKSBrook Lopez , C124
STEALSThaddeus Young , SF112
MPGBrook Lopez , C33.7
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