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The people I feel bad for are the fans of both teams who traveled to Mexico City and now almost certainly won't see a game.
"Updates will be provided as appropriate" is the end of the league's statement.
What's the biggest disaster right now: the Knicks, the Nets or this Mexico City? Not a good look for the league tonight.
Well, this isn't very good. RT AP: BREAKING: Mexican nuclear official say stolen container of radioactive material found empty.
" You kno it's real when you are ..who you think you are "
Will Deron participate in shootaround tomorrow? "There is no plan for Deron, for him to continue to work out and see how he feels." -- Kidd
More Kidd on Lawrence Frank: "He's working, he's giving his reports. Do I miss him. No, he's doing his job and what I've asked him to do."
Someone asked Kidd if he's disappointed things didn't work out with Frank: "I think L's still working, so there's no disappointment."
Asked Jason Kidd if he's worried Prokhorov will step in like last year when Avery was fired: "That's part of the job. You have to accept it"
Jason Terry: "When we out this thing together, we said health because we're old. Now it's health in general. We just have to get healthy."
Jason Terry: "It can only get better."
Jason Terry says he'll be reevaluated Monday. Hopes to be out there sooner rather than later, but doesn't know when he will be.
All right, time for one final rundown of links before I finally get off Twitter after yet another insane day in the Nets' universe.
But on the bright side, the Nets are undefeated in their division and just two games out of first.
We were all fed storyline of Kidd leaning on his assistants his first season. His entire staff now has no head coaching experience in NBA
at some point these same people will love us
Aside from maybe Utah, I don't think there's a team u can confidently say the Nets can beat. This is the most expensive team in NBA history.
How information moves these days is, well, something.
After a long day at the office, time to go home and open up my present to myself: http://t.co/1BhgJp1AS7
Apparently the Raptors didn't get the memo saying they were supposed to lose tonight so that the Nets can stay within 1.5 games of first.
Jason Kidd on Thursday's Knicks-Nets game: "It's a rivalry. Both teams stink."
By the way, back when people were saying putting Mozgov in the Carmelo trade didn't matter: think he wouldn't be helping the Knicks now?
Jason Kidd, perfectly summing up Thursday's impending debacle: "It's the rivalry, [but] both teams stink." Yep. Sounds right.
Brook pointed to dry erase board in locker room when I asked what happened tonight. Said it's right up there. Board showed 3rd Q numbers.
Kidd: "We have to find a way to stick together as a team."
Kidd: "The rivalry and both teams stink, so the one thing is we have to find a way to get better. It starts tomorrow for us."
Kidd: "You look at what happened in Memphis. It was a one-point game, and we stayed together. Tonight, we did the opposite."
Brook is taking the loss extra hard. Said this one basically falls on him because he didn't play with the necessary energy in the third Q.
Kidd at the podium with his tie loosened about three buttons down. It's been one of those days.
Garnett: "These are frustrating times right now."
Garnett on Pierce: "I knew something was up ... I've seen him play through a lot of injuries."
KG said the Nets are still trying to figure out who they are, but makes no excuses. "This is a no excuse league."
Garnett: "We need to have a better showing, and we will. We don't have a choice."
Garnett: "I think at this point we're worried about trying to fix this."
Garnett on Frank: "There's a lot of moving parts around here, and we're all just trying to adjust to it."
Garnett: "We need to figure this out soon."
Garnett: "They just seemed to put a run together that we couldn't answer."
Nets lose 111-87 to Denver. Now 5-13, and have lost 11 of their last 14 heading into Thursday's epic showdown with the Knicks in Brooklyn.