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Nets’ Kenny Atkinson Discusses Caris LeVert’s Injury

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One of the unfortunate headlines to come out of the NBA on Tuesday night was the brutal injury sustained by Brooklyn Nets top scorer Caris LeVert, who suffered a gruesome right leg injury with 0.3 seconds remaining in the first half after trying to contain a Josh Okogie drive during their game against the Minnesota Timberwolves.

LeVert had to be stretchered off the court, and the injury left many players and fans covering their faces and emotional as they watched him receive medical attention on the court.

“He’s the heart and soul of our program,” Atkinson said, according to Greg Logan of Newsday. “Really tough blow. I feel for him. He’s had a fantastic start to the season. He’s obviously made a huge jump. I just know Caris — if anybody’s coming back from this, knowing the human, the character, the person, the player, he’ll come back from this. Tough, tough blow for the Nets.”

“Our only thoughts are with him. Nothing else matters. The game doesn’t matter tonight. That’s it.”

Teammates such as Nets’ point guard DeAngelo Russell also commented on the injury.

“I saw right away what it was and tried to erase it from memory as soon as I could, but it doesn’t work like that,” Russell said. “It’s something that hurts. It’s hard to speak about.

“You don’t want to see anybody get hurt, but for us to see our brother go down that we practice with every day, that we’re on flights with every day, it’s devastating to the stomach. We can put up our prayers for him and step up and try to build off of it.”

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Nets Sign Theo Pinson to Two-Year Deal

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The Brooklyn Nets have signed swingman Theo Pinson to a two-year deal, according to The Athletic’s Michael Scotto.

Pinson, who played for the North Carolina Tar Heels during his collegiate career, joined the Nets’ Summer League team after going undrafted in the 2018 NBA Draft.

Pinson signed a two-way contract with Brooklyn last season and split his time between the Nets and their G League affiliate, the Long Island Nets.

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Nets Agree to Terms with DeAndre Jordan

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The Brooklyn Nets are bringing in more than just Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving in free agency.

According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Nets have agreed to terms on a four-year, $40 million deal with center DeAndre Jordan.

Jordan, a close friend of Durant’s, isn’t the player he was when he was with the Los Angeles Clippers, but is still a solid piece to add to a team with the likes of Jarrett Allen and Chris LeVert, among others.

Jordan averaged 11.0 points and 13.1 rebounds per game for the Dallas Mavericks and New York Knicks last season.

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Nets Renouncing Rights to D’Angelo Russell

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The Brooklyn Nets will be renouncing the rights to free agent guard D’Angelo Russell which will make him an unrestricted free agent, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Brooklyn is expected to make the move once they officially sign Kyrie Irving once free agency opens on Sunday evening.

Russell is expected to draw significant interest from a number of teams once he hits the open market.

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