Go ahead, watch the NFL. Take in the Pro Bowl. Prepare for the Super Bowl. Scout via the Senior Bowl. Maybe catch the Australian Open and dabble in some mixed martial arts and college basketball, too. Just know that the NBA waits for no fan. Now less than one month before the trade deadline, things are beginning to heat up on the rumor mill. Show More Summary
The Brooklyn Nets say Deron Williams' injured rib will sideline the point guard through their three-game road trip.
As the Nets embark on a three-game road trip on Wednesday and open the second half, Deron Williams will travel with the team.
Some years it takes quite awhile for the NBA trade market to heat up. That's certainly not the case in 2015. A flurry of activity has already taken place, and there are plenty of rumors and speculation about more possible deals on the horizon. The trade deadline isn't until Feb. Show More Summary
Deron Williams finally spoke about his puzzling rib injury that has kept him out of four of the last five games and remains an issue.
Nets point guard Deron Williams says he is still "pretty sore" and doesn't know when he will return from his latest injury.
Brooklyn Nets guard Deron Williams has been diagnosed with a fracture of the cartilage portion of the left 12th rib following an MRI today, General Manager Billy King announced. Statement from Nets Medical Director Dr. Riley Williams III “Deron reported some soreness above this area over the weekend and as a result underwent imaging studies on Monday, [...]
The Brooklyn Nets announced Thursday afternoon that point guard Deron Williams is out indefinitely due to a fracture of the cartilage portion of the left 12th rib. An MRI revealed […] The post Deron Williams Out With a Fractured Rib appeared first on SLAMonline.
Nets guard Deron Williams has been diagnosed with a fracture of the cartilage portion of the left 12th rib.
Things continue to get worse for Deron Williams in what’s been a miserable season for him.
The Brooklyn Nets say Deron Williams and Kevin Garnett will sit out their game Monday night against Dallas (League Pass, 7:30 ET).
Brooklyn Nets point guard Deron Williams was forced to leave the team's game Sunday against the Miami Heat with an oblique injury. Rod Boone of Newsday provided further details about the situation: Although after the game, Tim Bontemps...Show More Summary
At least when the Brooklyn Nets couldn't beat the Miami Heat last spring they had a legitimate excuse.
Deron Williams wore sunglasses throughout his brief interview session with the media on Saturday.
It's hard to say how long it'll last, but Deron Williams coming off the bench has been just what Brooklyn needed. The Brooklyn Nets have taken some drastic measures to right the ship, including the recent benching of Deron Williams.Show More Summary
The 2014-15 NBA regular season has featured plenty of excitement and unpredictability thus far, and the result has been an increase in trade rumors surrounding some of the biggest names in the sport. Top players, such as Brooklyn’s Deron...Show More Summary
Despite having the highest payroll in the NBA, the Brooklyn Nets are nowhere near championship contention. The Nets are paying over $70 million for the core of Joe Johnson, Deron Williams, Brook Lopez, and Kevin Garnett this season, but are only 8th in the Eastern Conference at 13-16. Show More Summary
Considering how this relationship began, the fall of Deron Williams in Brooklyn has been a stunning change of course for the Nets.
Here’s ESPN New York reporting some hard truths about several key Brooklyn Nets players: They might be making a combined $432,604 per game, but Deron Williams and Brook Lopez are nothing more than sixth and seventh men right now, two max reserves coming back from injury and struggling to adapt to their new roles for the Brooklyn Nets. On [...]
The Brooklyn Nets are ready to part ways with their biggest names. According to Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski, point guard Deron Williams is one that is apparently on the block: The Brooklyn Nets and Sacramento Kings are discussing...Show More Summary