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Nets look to gain momentum against inconsistent Lakers
While the Brooklyn Nets have experienced mixed results since Kevin Durant was injured, the Los Angeles Lakers are seeing enough spotty outcomes without Anthony Davis to put coach Frank Vogel on the hot seat.
The Nets start a challenging back-to-back set on their homecourt Tuesday night when they host the inconsistent Lakers, who are playing the third contest of a six-game road trip.
The Nets are 2-2 since Durant sprained the medial collateral ligament in his left knee during the second quarter of their 120-105 home win over the New Orleans Pelicans on Jan. 15. Since the injury, Brooklyn earned a one-point win over the Washington Wizards and a 15-point victory over the San Antonio Spurs.MORE
|1/11/2022||Shaquille Harrison||10-Day Contract Expired; Player Not Re-Signed|
|12/29/2021||Shaquille Harrison||Signed to Second 10-Day Contract|
|12/27/2021||Langston Galloway||Signed to Second 10-Day Contract|
|12/21/2021||Wenyen Gabriel||Signed to 10-Day Contract|
|12/18/2021||Shaquille Harrison||Signed to 10-Day Contract|
|1/16/2022||Kevin Durant||Sprained left MCL|