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NBA star Kevin Durant may be leaving the Brooklyn Nets but he recently released the 15th edition of his signature sneaker, designed by a New York City artist.
Kevin Durant's time in Brooklyn ended Thursday when the Nets traded him to the Phoenix Suns as part of a four-team deal.
All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving is being traded by the Brooklyn Nets in exchange for Spencer Dinwiddie, Dorian Finney-Smith and a package of draft picks, according to reports.
Kyrie Irving returned to the court late last month with the Brooklyn Nets after he was suspended for posting a link to a documentary with antisemitic material.
Nike announced it “suspended” its relationship with NBA star Kyrie Irving and canceled its plans to release his next signature shoe. That was part of the massive fallout that followed his tweeting a link to a film containing antisemitic content.
The Brooklyn Nets made Jacque Vaughn their head coach Wednesday, promoting Steve Nash's replacement instead of hiring suspended Boston coach Ime Udoka.
The Brooklyn Nets are suspending Kyrie Irving for at least five games without pay, saying they were dismayed by his failure to “unequivocally say he has no antisemitic beliefs.”
Kyrie Irving says he opposes all forms of hate, and he and the Brooklyn Nets will each donate $500,000 toward groups that work to eradicate it.
Steve Nash is out as Brooklyn Nets coach after a disappointing start and more controversy surrounding Kyrie Irving.
Kyrie Irving said Saturday he embraced all religions, defiantly defending his right to post whatever he believes after the owner of the Brooklyn Nets said he was disappointed that Irving appeared to back an antisemitic film.
Brooklyn Nets owner Joe Tsai said Friday he is disappointed that Kyrie Irving appears to support a film “based on a book full of antisemitic disinformation.”
Kevin Durant has reportedly requested a trade from the Brooklyn Nets.
It took 75 games into the season for Kyrie Irving to finally play at Barclays Center, and it may be too late for the Nets to turn into the championship contender that was widely expected.
Kevin Durant is calling on New York City Mayor Eric Adams to figure out what the Brooklyn Nets feel is a confusing vaccine mandate that now allows Kyrie Irving to attend but not play in their home games.
The Philadelphia 76ers have reportedly agreed to a trade for James Harden that will send a package including Ben Simmons and Seth Curry to the Brooklyn Nets.
The coronavirus-ravaged Brooklyn Nets won't take on the Portland Trail Blazers Thursday due to the number of players following COVID health and safety protocols.
The Nets' home games Sunday against the Denver Nuggets and Tuesday against the Washington Wizards have been postponed.
The Nets decided Friday that Irving would rejoin them for practices and road games, though he remains ineligible to play at home because he hasn't met New York City's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for athletes playing in the city's public venues.
The Nets decided Friday their point guard would practice with them and play road games, even though he remains unable to play at home because he doesn’t meet New York City’s vaccine mandate.