2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
10-15, 5th in Atlantic
Tyler Johnson helps Heat past Nets (0:52)
Olynyk soars to the rim (0:25)
Allen and Adebayo exchange pleasantries after whistle (0:51)
Mexico City gets a taste of NBA action (0:59)

Rookies, media dining, Hayward, gambling

Brian Windhorst, Tim MacMahon and Jackie MacMullan chat about Utah's Donovan Mitchell and the draft (3:30), Nerlens Noel and media-room dining (14:35), Gordon Hayward and the Celtics (23:55) and sports gambling (42:25). Plus, Kevin Pelton, Kaileigh Brandt and Andrew Han on loving success vs. fearing failure (54:20).

Tipping The Scales: Dinwiddie's clutch fourth (0:59)
Nets top Thunder in Mexico City (1:18)

Short-handed Nets beat Thunder 100-95 in Mexico City

Caris Levert scored 19 points, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson added 17 and short-handed Brooklyn overcame another strong performance by Russell Westbrook to beat the Oklahoma Thunder 100-95 on Thursday night in the first of the Nets' two games in Mexico City.

Okafor traded from 76ers to Nets (1:17)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Brett Brown says rarely do you find a trade that works out for both teams with the Jahlil Okafor trade. "I feel with what we are getting back (is) a man, who has done this and that and (brings) a level of toughness... it reminds me very much of Amir (Johnson)," Brown said. "I'm excited for (Okafor and Nik Stauskas) to play (in Brooklyn)."

Bobby Marks ESPN 

Brooklyn still has $3.7M in cap space to use but have 15 roster spots. The cap space would increase to $5.2M if Sean Kilpatrick is claimed. The claiming team must have room, trade or Disability Exception to claim the shooting guard.

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Nets acquire center Okafor in trade with 76ers

The Brooklyn Nets acquired center Jahlil Okafor and guard Nik Stauskas from the Philadelphia 76ers on Thursday in exchange for forward Trevor Booker.

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No George for OKC vs. Nets in Mexico City

Oklahoma City Thunder star Paul George will miss his first game as a member of the Thunder with a right calf bruise versus the Nets in Mexico City.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Paul George and Jerami Grant will both sit tonight's game against the Nets in Mexico City. George has a right calf contusion, and Grant has a left hip contusion. George had his calf wrapped in ice after the game against the Jazz on Tuesday. No decision announced yet on what the Thunder's starting lineup will be.

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In shadow of NBA, Mexico City's pro team fights for fans

The NBA is in Mexico City this week, but it's not the only game in town. The expansion Capitanes are trying to create Mexico's version of Showtime in a city where previous pro basketball teams have done nothing but fail.


Alfredo Lomeli ESPN 

Gracias a la fundación NBA Cares, los Nets le dieron una experiencia inolvidable a una secundaria de C.D.M.X.


Nets players and coaches are focused on the Thunder

No earthquakes or volcanos are on the back of the mind of the Brooklyn Nets players and coaches ahead of their regular-season game Thursday night against the Oklahoma City Thunder in Mexico City. At least publicly.

Nets players get a lesson in Spanish (1:33)

Alfredo Lomeli ESPN 

Jugadores de los Nets se divierten mientras intentan decir "chicharrón", "Parangaricutirimícuaro", y otras palabras difíciles en español.

Team Stats

Points Per Game108.67th
Rebounds Per Game45.66th
Assists Per Game22.615th
Points Allowed111.128th

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