Head coach P.J. Carlesimo shouts
MIA98032117 - 21 MARCH 1998 - MIAMI, FLORIDA, USA: Golden State Warriors Head coach P.J. Carlesimo shouts at players during early action March 20 at the Miami Arena. The Miami Heat defeated the Golden State Warriors 93-87. UPI sk/Susan Knowles
Brooklyn Nets interim head Coach P.J. Carlesimo won't be invited back, General Manager Billy King announced Sunday.
Brook Lopez pushed Brooklyn to an 11-point halftime lead Wednesday and the Nets held on to defeat Minnesota 91-83.
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Brook Lopez and Deron Williams combined for 43 points Tuesday and the streaking Brooklyn Nets took a seventh straight win, 113-106 over Toronto.
Brooklyn's Brook Lopez fired in 18 points and the Nets stayed hot under interim Coach P.J. Carlesimo with a 113-93 victory over Sacramento.
Joe Johnson hit a jump shot with seven-tenths of a second remaining in the second overtime Friday, lifting Brooklyn to a 115-113 win over Washington.
Joe Johnson and Brook Lopez combined for 58 points Wednesday and Brooklyn weathered a fourth-quarter rally to defeat Oklahoma City 110-93.
Tony Parker went 9-of-13 from the field en route to 20 points Monday and the San Antonio Spurs used a huge third quarter to pound Brooklyn 104-73.
Brook Lopez scored 35 points Saturday and Brooklyn improved to 2-0 under interim Coach P.J. Carlesimo with a 103-100 decision over Cleveland.
Brook Lopez ignited Brooklyn to a quick start Friday and the Nets responded to their coaching change with a 97-81 victory over Charlotte.