Nets topple Carmelo Anthony, Thunder in Mexico City shocker

Nets topple Carmelo Anthony, Thunder in Mexico City shocker

"I'd love to be home, but the opportunity to go to another country and for our guys to get that experience outweighs the two games at home", said Nets coach Kenny Atkinson, whose global experience consists of playing in Italy, France, Germany, Spain and the Netherlands. "It's up, it's down". The reports timing should maximize attention, with the Nets in town for two "home" games this week, and it's the latest step in the NBA's push to expand the game globally. These games will comprise the 25th-anniversary celebration of its first exhibition game in Mexico in 1992 and the 20th anniversary of its first regular-season game, dating back to December 6, 1987. "We just have to stay committed to the little things and keep fighting for each other".

Over 37.1 minutes, George has averaged 20.7 points, 5.8 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 2.5 steals a game.

The Jazz led 47-39 at halftime, and they opened things up even more early in the third quarter. It's about what you do when you get hit in the mouth. "When we're patient on offense, Steven's going to get those opportunities". That's the way we played the first half.

The Nets (10-14) had five players in double figures, led by Caris LeVert with 21 points and 10 assists, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson with 17 points, Allen Crabbe with 15 and Tyler Zeller and Quincy Acy with 11 each.

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There was no recurrence of the quake that shook Mexico's capital in September, but the Nets' world was rocked Monday afternoon by news that they had completed a trade for Philadelphia center Jahlil Okafor. In January 2014, they recorded a win over Atlanta in London's O2 Arena, and in March 2011, they beat the Toronto Raptors in two games at the same venue.

Well, this kind of sums of the season so far for the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Or the hope of a new roster in Oklahoma City met by the crushing disappointment of an 11-12 start.