After the full 82-game grind of the 2013-14 campaign, let's see how the East teams graded out at the end of the season.
As the postseason approaches, it's time to look ahead at who has the most to lose, who's contending and just happy to be there, and if it matters how you're playing going into Game 1.
Andrei Kirilenko is back in the lineup for the Brooklyn Nets Friday but Kevin Garnett is going to miss his 19th straight game.
As we move toward the NBA Playoffs, Shaun Livingston has helped correct the Brooklyn Nets' season and lock them into a playoff berth.
Some contending teams have gone through lulls, but this is the homestretch where teams try and gear up, establishing their standard of performance heading into the playoffs.
We are three quarters of the way through the 2013-14 NBA season and it's time to grade out how each team in the East is doing.
The Knicks keep streaking, the Nets get a huge win, and the Heat keep rolling in grades from tonight.
Zach Harper and Tim Bontemps discuss the Brooklyn Nets' resurgence this season, the Jason Collins signing, and what they do before they clear space in 2016.
Free agent big man Jason Collins signs a 10-day contract with the Brooklyn Nets and makes his season debut against the Lakers.
The Brooklyn Nets have dealt with injuries, a struggling new coach, and players looking past their expiration date. But a turn of the calendar has seemingly fixed all of that.

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