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The Brooklyn Nets have named Paul Westphal, John Welch, Tony Brown, Joe Wolf and Jay Humphries as assistant coaches and Jim Sann as an assistant coach/advance scout on new head coach Lionel Hollins’ staff, General Manager Billy King announced today. Westphal brings over 20 years of coaching experience to Brooklyn, including three stops as a head [...]
MOSCOW (AP) — Brooklyn Nets director Sergei Kushchenko is talking up the chances of the NBA club playing pre-season exhibitions against teams from the Russia-based VTB United League.
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Brooklyn Nets director Sergei Kushchenko is talking up the chances of the NBA club playing pre-season exhibitions against teams from the Russia-based VTB United League.
Quickly moving on from the Jason Kidd fiasco, the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday hired Lionel Hollins to be their next coach, according to multiple reports.
Paul Westphal headlines a group of assistants that will be aiding Brooklyn Nets head coach Lionel Hollins this upcoming season.
The Cleveland Cavaliers, Brooklyn Nets and Boston Celtics have swung a trade that would see the Cavs create salary cap space by unloading guard Jarrett Jack, the US media reported. According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the move would free more than $21 million in cap space for the Cavaliers, who are reportedly interested in getting LeBron James, the biggest prize in free agency, to return to ...
Free agent Jerryd Bayless signed with the Milwaukee Bucks in large part because of Jason Kidd. Now he gets a chance to play for Kidd, who left the Brooklyn Nets this summer to coach the Bucks. ''The thing that was most intriguing was Kidd,'' Bayless said Thursday at the Bucks' training facility. Bayless signed for two years at $3 million per season.
The Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday agreed in principle to a deal making Lionel Hollins their next head coach after the departure of Jason Kidd. Hollins' deal could be worth as much as four years and $20 million if the team picks up his fourth-year option, ESPN.com reported. "We are very excited to welcome Lionel as the new head coach of the Brooklyn Nets," general manager Billy King said. The deal ...
(Reuters) - The Brooklyn Nets quickly settled a stunning coaching overhaul by hiring Lionel Hollins as their new head coach, the National Basketball Association team said on Wednesday. Hollins, a former head coach of the Memphis Grizzlies, takes over for Jason Kidd, who left Brooklyn to join the Milwaukee Bucks as head coach on Tuesday.
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