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Key Stats
GPMIN/GPPGREB/GAST/GFG %
7236.716.23.03.542.3
 
Situational Stats
10/30/2013 vs. CLE
SituationGMINREBAPTSAVG
vs. CLE000000
At Home000000
On Road000000
 
Injury Report
No Injury Reported
More Injuries
 
Recent Trades
DateTradedTraded For
11/02/2014Greg Monroe, C MIL
Brandon Jennings, PG DET
Joe Johnson, SG BKN
10/31/2014Joe Johnson, SG BKN
DeMarre Carroll, SF TOR
Wesley Matthews, SG DAL
Dion Waiters, SG OKC
Tyreke Evans, PG NO
Evan Turner, SG BOS
10/31/2014Joe Johnson, SG BKN
Tyreke Evans, PG NO
 
Last 10 Games
DateOpp.MINPTSTREBATOSTLBLK
04/10WAS28739120
04/12MIL34962100
04/13CHI361202300
04/15ORL411676010
04/19ATL421766020
04/22ATL391993110
04/25ATL4216105220
04/27ATL461765100
04/29ATL441894100
05/01ATL361266020
 
 
 
Latest News

Report: Cavs interested in acquiring Nets guard Joe Johnson

by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(7/5/15) The Cavaliers are contemplating whether to trade for Nets guard Joe Johnson, sources told ESPN.com.

Johnson is due $24.8 million next season. He averaged 14.4 points and 3.6 assists in 80 games last season.

Nets want Brook Lopez back, but open to dealing other stars

by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(5/6/15) The Nets want center Brook Lopez back. Deron Williams and Joe Johnson? Not so much.

General manager Billy King confirmed Wednesday his commitment to sign Lopez if, as expected, he opts out of his contract in favor of unrestricted free agency in July.

"For us to get in the playoffs that stretch, [Lopez] was the guy who carried us," King told the New York Post. "He was our best player. Without Brook Lopez, there's no way we even get to where we go to this year.

"I'll say it again: We want him back. I want him back, [coach] Lionel [Hollins] wants him back, ownership wants him back. We've all said it. There shouldn't be any more doubts about it."

King, however, is open to trading Williams and Johnson.

"We're going to explore all options, as we have [previously]," he added. "Will there be a trade? There could be, but I'm not sure."

Though his numbers were down from the previous year, Lopez was particularly productive as the Nets fought for and won a playoff spot. He finished the season averaging 17.2 points and 7.4 rebounds per game.

G Joe Johnson: Nets likely to be broken up in offseason

by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(5/2/15) Nets veteran guard Joe Johnson doesn't know how the roster will change next season. But he does believe that it will be quite different.

His team finished under .500 and lost in the first round of the playoffs despite boasting such talent as Johnson, Brook Lopez and Deron Williams. The Nets simply didn't mesh.

"I don't see us coming back as the same team," Johnson told the New York Daily News. "This is my third year here. I could see if we were getting better each year, but it's been kind of the opposite. So to not even be a .500 ball club in the East, it's disheartening and I don't know. I think everyone in the locker room is unsure of the future here."

The Nets have no cap space and pick 29th in the draft. Lopez and Thaddeus Young appear destined for free agency. Johnson could be traded. So could Williams, whom coach Lionel Hollins recently claimed is not worthy of a max contract.

Hollins was still complaining Saturday.

"I thought we had a higher basketball IQ as a group than we did," he said. "That was a big thing. I thought we had more toughness and all of that. But as a coach, looking from the outside, that's what I always say until you come in and coach a team you don't know for sure. I thought the skill level was better ... but we worked around it and that's part of coaching."

Williams declined to to speak to the media as he and his teammates gathered their bags and took off.

Joe Johnson sees big changes in Nets for next year

by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(5/2/15) Nets guard Joe Johnson expressed serious doubt that the team will remain intact for next season, saying the franchise has been going in the wrong direction the last few seasons, reports the New York Daily News.

“Something’s going to happen. I don’t know what,” Johnson said. “I could see if we were getting better each year, but it’s kind of been the opposite.”

Nets G Joe Johnson says chemistry to blame for disappointing season

by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(5/2/15) Guard Joe Johnson said that the Nets' coaching change this season was not the reason the team underperformed, citing chemistry issues with teammates Brook Lopez and Deron Williams as the reason, according to the Wall Street Journal

The Nets were a five seed in last season's Eastern Conference playoffs but fell to No. 8 this year, losing in the first round to the Hawks.

 
 

 
Two Week Schedule
OCTOBER /NOVEMBER
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8:00 pm
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Career Shooting Stats
SeasonTEAMGMINFGFGAFG%FG3FG3AFG3%FTFTAFT%PTSAVG
2001-02BOS-PHO77191625158443.03813029.2415377.45817.5
2002-03Phoenix82225531679639.77520536.69612477.48039.8
2003-04Phoenix823331555129143.08327230.517423275.0136716.7
2004-05Phoenix823240544117946.117737047.813518075.0140017.1
2005-06Atlanta823340632139545.312836035.626133079.1165320.2
2006-07Atlanta572359536113947.111931238.123531474.8142625.0
2007-08Atlanta823343647149743.216944438.131637983.4177921.7
2008-09Atlanta793124620142043.714941436.029936282.6168821.4
2009-10Atlanta762886635138645.812935036.922026981.8161921.3
2010-11Atlanta722554514116144.38930029.719524380.2131218.2
2011-12Atlanta60212742393145.412532238.815818684.9112918.8
2012-13Brooklyn722642445105242.314839537.513216182.0117016.2
2013-14Brooklyn792575462101845.416240440.115919581.5124515.8
2014-15Brooklyn802791446102543.512133735.914117680.1115414.4
TOTAL10623848370261587444.31712461537.12562320480.01832617.3
More Stats
SeasonTEAMGMINREBRAVGAAAVGSTLSAVGBLKBAVGTO
2001-02BOS-PHO7719162573.31792.3590.8200.371
2002-03Phoenix8222552643.22102.6620.8190.2108
2003-04Phoenix8233313854.73624.4931.1260.3199
2004-05Phoenix8232404225.12913.5791.0240.3148
2005-06Atlanta8233403354.15366.51031.3310.4267
2006-07Atlanta5723592394.22494.4601.1110.2176
2007-08Atlanta8233433674.54745.8841.0180.2223
2008-09Atlanta7931243464.44555.8841.1190.2195
2009-10Atlanta7628863534.63694.9821.150.1145
2010-11Atlanta7225542914.03384.7470.770.1146
2011-12Atlanta6021272213.72323.9480.8130.2116
2012-13Brooklyn7226422183.02533.5490.7140.2123
2013-14Brooklyn7925752703.42162.7470.6100.1120
2014-15Brooklyn8027913844.82923.6590.7140.2137
TOTAL10623848343524.144564.29560.92310.22174
Postseason Stats
SeasonTEAMGMINFGFGAFG%FG3FG3AFG3%FTFTAFT%PTSAVG
2002-03Phoenix6164145127.521315.42540.0325.3
2004-05Phoenix93556312550.4203655.6233369.716918.8
2007-08Atlanta72754711540.9163644.4303390.914020.0
2008-09Atlanta114297016841.7123534.3284562.218016.4
2009-10Atlanta114407719938.794122.0344281.019717.9
2010-11Atlanta124978719843.9184242.9344281.022618.8
2011-12Atlanta62433810237.393625.0182475.010317.2
2012-13Brooklyn72714310341.7103925.68988.910414.9
2013-14Brooklyn124699818453.3225341.5364383.725421.2
2014-15Brooklyn6249349436.2124129.3192479.29916.5
TOTAL873393571133942.613037234.923230077.3150417.3
More Postseason Stats
SeasonTEAMGMINREBRAVGAAAVGSTLSAVGBLKBAVGTO
2002-03Phoenix6164264.381.340.720.312
2004-05Phoenix9355394.3303.3101.140.410
2007-08Atlanta7275273.9284.020.300.016
2008-09Atlanta11429494.5393.5141.300.032
2009-10Atlanta11440565.1555.0100.930.325
2010-11Atlanta12497554.6403.3131.110.131
2011-12Atlanta6243213.5213.581.310.216
2012-13Brooklyn7271223.1192.781.100.012
2013-14Brooklyn12469463.8352.960.530.219
2014-15Brooklyn6249467.7294.871.200.05
TOTAL8733933874.43043.5820.9140.2178
College Career Shooting Stats
SeasonTEAMGMINFGFGAFG%FG3FG3AFG3%FTFTAFT%PTSAVG
1999-00Arkansas2373214030246.4287636.8607975.936816.0
2000-01Arkansas3087316234646.8357944.3689174.742714.2
TOTAL53160530264846.66315540.612817075.379515.0
More College Stats
SeasonTEAMGMINREBRAVGAAAVGSTLSAVGBLKBAVGTO
1999-00Arkansas237321325.7502.2452.0120.562
2000-01Arkansas308731936.4772.6431.4120.470
TOTAL5316053256.11272.4881.7240.5132
 
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