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Eastern Atlantic Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
TOR 43-16 7-3 W6
BOS 37-21 7-3 W2
PHI 37-21 6-4 W1
BKN 30-29 4-6 W1
NY 11-47 1-9 W1

Top Nets News

  • Nets' Rodions Kurucs: Absent from injury report

    Kurucs (elbow) is not on the injury report for Thursday's game against the Trail Blazers, Greg Logan of Newsday reports.

    Kurucs sat out Brooklyn's last game before the All-Star break due to a sprained left elbow, but the rookie appears to have emerged from the extended time off healthy again. Expect Kurucs to be back in the starting lineup Thursday.

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  • Nets' Treveon Graham: Not on injury report for Thursday

    Graham (personal) is not listed on the injury report for Thursday's game against the Trail Blazers, Greg Logan of Newsday reports.

    Graham was away from the team for last Wednesday's game against the Cavaliers due to personal reasons, but following the All-Star break, he's back with Brooklyn and good to go Thursday.

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  • Nets' Jared Dudley: Available Thursday

    Dudley (hamstring) practiced Wednesday and is available for Thursday's matchup against the Trail Blazers, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.

    Dudley has been out since Jan. 11 while nursing a strained left hamstring. The veteran will make his return Thursday, however. He's held a solid role with the Nets this season, seeing his most minutes per game (22.0) since 2015-16 and averaging 5.0 points, 2.8 rebounds and 1.5 assists.

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  • Nets' Spencer Dinwiddie: No firm timetable

    Dinwiddie (thumb) is without a firm return timetable, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.

    Dinwiddie underwent surgery roughly three weeks ago to repair ligament damage in his thumb, and while he's returned to on-court work, the Nets are yet to put a timetable on his return. Coach Kenny Atkinson was asked Tuesday if he believes Dinwiddie will be back before next month's 17-day road trip, which begins March 13, and he was non-committal, though he noted that Dinwiddie has been staying in shape and working with his off hand. Lewis subsequently clarified that Dinwiddie could return before mid-March, but Atkinson's comments certainly imply that Dinwiddie will likely miss at least a few more weeks.

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  • Nets' Caris LeVert: Will be evaluated Tuesday

    Coach Kenny Atkinson said the team will evaluate LeVert on Tuesday afternoon, Greg Logan of Newsday reports.

    The hope is that LeVert isn't dealing with any residual effects of the ankle injury that cost him nearly three months, but given that he played in only three games before the break, the Nets will be extra cautious with the prized young guard. LeVert made his return on Feb. 8 against Chicago, playing 15 minutes and finishing with 11 points, four assists and five steals. He followed up with 23 minutes in a loss to Toronto three days later before returning to the starting lineup and seeing 30 minutes in the Nets' final game before the break. In that win over Cleveland, LeVert had 12 points, nine assists and seven rebounds.

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  • Nets' Joe Harris: Takes home Three-Point crown

    Harris won the Three-Point Contest on Saturday night at All-Star Weekend in Charlotte.

    Harris was the first player to shoot on Saturday and he came out firing with a score of 25 in Round 1, which virtually locked him into a spot in the final round. Joined by Stephen Curry and Buddy Hield in the finals, Harris shot his way to 26 points, ultimately claiming the title over Curry, who started strong but tailed off during the middle racks. Harris finished the night 15-of-18 on moneyball attempts.

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  • Nets' Jared Dudley: Hopeful to play Thursday

    Dudley (hamstring) revealed Sunday via his personal Twitter account that he expects to be available for the Nets' first game out of the All-Star break Thursday in Brooklyn versus the Trail Blazers.

    Dudley will likely practice with the Nets when the team reconvenes this week, after which his availability for Thursday's game should be confirmed. Prior to sustaining the hamstring injury in early January, Dudley had started five straight games at power forward. It's unclear if he'll recapture those duties or even be included in the rotation, as the Nets are now healthier in the frontcourt than they had been at the time Dudley got hurt.

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  • Nets' Caris LeVert: Flirts with double-double

    LeVert finished with 12 points (5-14 FG, 2-5 3Pt), nine assists, seven rebounds and one block in 30 minutes Wednesday in the Nets' 148-139 triple-overtime win over the Cavaliers.

    The Nets eased LeVert back from a significant foot injury with 15- and 23-minute cameos off the bench in his first two games back, but he saw his playing-time restriction pushed up a bit Wednesday while moving into a starting role on the wing. While LeVert again shot poorly from the field, it was encouraging to see him fill it up across the board just like it he had earlier in the season before succumbing to the foot issue. The Nets will probably monitor his minutes carefully on some level the rest of the way, but it shouldn't put a notable cap on his fantasy upside. Now that LeVert is back to playing 30 minutes in a starting role, fantasy managers who had been stashing him on the bench or their injured list can probably feel comfortable rolling with him in lineups coming out of the All-Star break.

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  • Nets' Allen Crabbe: Another quality scoring effort

    Crabbe tallied 14 points (3-7 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 6-9 FT), seven rebounds and one block in 33 minutes Wednesday in the Nets' 148-139 triple-overtime win over the Cavaliers.

    The Nets announced earlier Wednesday that Crabbe would no longer be subject to any minutes restrictions in what was his fourth game back from an extended absence due to a knee injury. Despite the game requiring three extra periods and the Nets playing without three forwards (Rodions Kurucs, Treveon Graham and Jared Dudley), the removal of the restriction didn't do much for Crabbe, who played only two minutes more than he had in his previous outing. Crabbe at least turned in another quality night on the offensive end and is now averaging 18.3 points over his past three contests, making him someone to take a look at in deeper leagues.

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  • Nets' DeMarre Carroll: Strong numbers in big minutes

    Carroll (knee) finished with 18 points (5-13 FG, 3-5 3Pt, 5-5 FT), seven rebounds, one assist and one block in 46 minutes Wednesday in the Nets' 148-139 triple-overtime win over the Cavaliers.

    As the season-high minutes total would suggest, Carroll faced no restrictions in his return from a one-game absence due to the knee issue. The three extra periods propped up the playing time for all of Brooklyn's forwards, as did the absences of Rodions Kurucs (elbow), Treveon Graham (personal) and Jared Dudley (hamstring). There's a decent chance at least one of those players will be ready to play again after the All-Star break, which will likely result in Carroll's minutes dropping back to the 25-to-30 range.

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  • Nets' Rondae Hollis-Jefferson: Drops 17 in start

    Hollis-Jefferson totaled 17 points (7-10 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 3-3 FT), five rebounds and a steal over 29 minutes in the Nets' triple overtime win over the Cavaliers on Wednesday.

    Hollis Jefferson had a solid performance in his return to the starting lineup, chipping in 17 points in the win. He's been effective scoring, rebounding and assisting when given starting opportunities, and he may be in line for an extended role moving forward.

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Team Statistical Rankings

PTS/G OPP PTS/G
Team 112.3
(13th)
112.7
(21st)

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