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3/25/15: The Brooklyn Nets' playoff hopes have taken a bit hit in recent weeks as the team has struggled with a poor 4-6 record in their last 10 games. Actually, that is about their season average, so they are really just playing as they have all season. Still, they can rally and try to catch Boston, who is only a game and a half ahead of them. They could also use some help from the Celtics and the Charlotte Hornets slumping. If nothing else, they are still playing important games this time of year, and that is better than many expected.
3/18/15: Just a week ago, the Brooklyn Nets were on the bubble for making the Eastern Conference playoffs, though they likely would have been an eighth seed. Unfortunately for Brooklyn fans that want to see playoff basketball, they will probably have to watch other teams on television because the Nets have gone into a bit of a slump. That has allowed Charlotte and Boston to be the ones fighting it out for the postseason. The other view is that the Nets probably would not have lasted long in the playoffs anyhow, so the losses will improve their draft position and may help in future years.
3/11/15: With roughly 30 games remaining on the regular season schedule, the Brooklyn Nets are still within spitting distance of a playoff spot (despite being six games under .500). If they make the playoffs, they would probably be the eighth seed and have face Atlanta. They would also probably be eliminated quickly. So they may prefer not to make the playoffs and get better draft position. However, if they are trying for the postseason, then the return of Brook Lopez should help them out. Lopez missed seven games with a foot injury and the team struggled without his presence.
3/4/15: When someone inevitably makes the 2014-15 season video for the Brooklyn Nets, it may or may not have playoff footage involved. Brooklyn has a very loose grip on the eighth seed right now, but that can change with every day and every game. But that video should have Markel Brown's insane 360 degree slam dunk - probably as the play of the year. Brown stole the ball on the perimeter and had an open lane for to the basket, so he did his best "Double Dribble" impression and gave us a legit 360 degree dunk. That is the kind of thing usually saved for dunk contests and video games, but great to see in a real game.
2/25/15: Looking to build for the future, while also trying to move some contracts off of the books, the Brooklyn Nets traded Kevin Garnett to the Minnesota Timberwolves at the trade deadline. Garnett was drafted by the T-Wolves out of high school and was the face of the franchise for 12 years until he was traded to the Boston Celtics. He had his most team success with the Celtics and won a Championship. In return, the Nets received 26 year old Thaddeus Young. An interesting trade to say the least, though some think that Garnett is being groomed for a job in the Minnesota front office whenever he retires.
2/18/15: It is hard to endorse a plan of status quo when what one has is clearly not working. However, that seems to be the plan for the Brooklyn Nets. According to head coach Lionel Hollins, no changes are expected before the trade deadline. However, Brooklyn is in an interesting spot. Their record at the All Star break is only 20-31. At the same time, that is still within striking distance of the Miami Heat for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. Deron Williams, Joe Johnson and Brook Lopez may be available, but the Nets may want more than anyone is willing to give up.
2/11/15: While the Brooklyn Nets are well below .500 on the season, they are still battling for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. A nice three game winning streak is helping that cause. The All Star Game is this weekend, and a notable absence is veteran Kevin Garnett. Nets coach Lionel Hollins is now on record saying that there should be lifetime achievement designation of sorts for All Stars, and that Garnett should be on that team. This is, amazingly, Garnett's 20th season in the league, and it is quite possibly his final one before a well earned retirement. That said, unless something happens in the next few days, Garnett will not be on an All Star roster this season.
2/5/15: It is no secret that the Brooklyn Nets have been struggling lately. All one has to do is look in the standings to see that while the Nets are in second place in the division, they are well below .500 and 2-8 in their last 10 games. That kind of performance generally elicits the type of response the organization has: evaluate everything, including the head coach. Funny thing is that the Nets still have a legitimate shot at making the Eastern Conference Playoffs. But make no mistake, the Nets have a lot of big salaries and traded a good chunk of their future to get aging veterans that are not performing.
1/28/15: The Brooklyn Nets have the good fortune to be in the Eastern Conference this season. That is good because it is highly likely that a few sub-500 teams are going to make it into the postseason and Brooklyn could be one of them. The Nets have really struggled in January, going just 3-10. That stretch includes a pair of blowout losses last week to the L.A. Clippers and Utah Jazz. But all is not lost. The Nets only trail the Charlotte Hornets by a half game for the last playoff spot, and Brooklyn does have the talent and resources to get into the postseason.
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Brooklyn Nets Past Games Schedule and Brooklyn Nets Scores
|Mar 27, 2015||Cleveland Cavaliers - Brooklyn Nets||98 - 106|
|Mar 25, 2015||Brooklyn Nets - Charlotte Hornets||91 - 88|
|Mar 23, 2015||Boston Celtics - Brooklyn Nets||110 - 91|
|Mar 21, 2015||Brooklyn Nets - Indiana Pacers||123 - 111|
|Mar 18, 2015||Brooklyn Nets - Cleveland Cavaliers||92 - 117|
|Mar 16, 2015||Brooklyn Nets - Minnesota Timberwolves||122 - 106|
|Mar 14, 2015||Brooklyn Nets - Philadelphia 76ers||94 - 87|
|Mar 11, 2015||Brooklyn Nets - Miami Heat||98 - 104|
|Mar 10, 2015||New Orleans Pelicans - Brooklyn Nets||111 - 91|
|Mar 8, 2015||Utah Jazz - Brooklyn Nets||95 - 88|
|Mar 6, 2015||Phoenix Suns - Brooklyn Nets||108 - 100|
|Mar 4, 2015||Charlotte Hornets - Brooklyn Nets||115 - 91|
|Mar 2, 2015||Golden State Warriors - Brooklyn Nets||108 - 110|
|Feb 28, 2015||Brooklyn Nets - Dallas Mavericks||104 - 94|
|Feb 27, 2015||Brooklyn Nets - Houston Rockets||98 - 102|
|Feb 25, 2015||Brooklyn Nets - New Orleans Pelicans||96 - 102|
|Feb 23, 2015||Brooklyn Nets - Denver Nuggets||110 - 82|