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Jeff Green starting for Brooklyn in Game 6; Bruce Brown to bench

Brooklyn Nets guard/forward Jeff Green is in the lineup Thursday in the team's game against the Milwaukee Bucks. The Nets are shaking up the starting lineup heading into a potential series-clinching tilt against the Bucks. In Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals, Green will be elevated into a starting role. Bruce Brown will head to the bench in a corresponding move.
Picture for Jeff Green starting for Brooklyn in Game 6; Bruce Brown to bench

Bruce Brown coming off Nets' bench Thursday

Brooklyn Nets guard Bruce Brown is playing with the second unit Thursday in the team's game against the Milwaukee Bucks. After starting for the start of the series, Brown is heading to the bench. In Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals, veteran wing Jeff Green will get the nod instead in the starting lineup.
Picture for Bruce Brown coming off Nets' bench Thursday

Sunday NBA Playoff Prop Bets: Fats suggests Khris Middleton, Bruce Brown, Jae Crowder, Giannis and the Joker

2-2 yesterday with a minuscule loss. Two games, five plays. Double-double odds very interesting today as Bruce Brown is a +365 and Kyrie Irving and Blake Griffin are both +600. Really? I don't think any are particularly likely, especially if we get another brick-fest, but from a betting standpoint I don't see how Brown would be more likely to go double-double than the other two. But that's why THEY get paid the big bucks.

Detroit Pistons: Bruce Brown is better than Luke Kennard. Who knew?

Detroit Pistons Luke Kennard and Bruce Brown. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) The careers of Bruce Brown and Luke Kennard have taken surprising turns since they left the Detroit Pistons. The Pistons drafted Kennard 12th overall, famously ahead of superstar Donovan Mitchell (oops) and eventually traded him after realizing that...

Bruce Brown, the third unexpected star of the Brooklyn Nets

Brooklyn nets It is the best team in the NBA today by far. He will have to prove it by getting the title of the best league on the planet, but at the moment it seems that he is the most serious candidate. And it is because it has a complete roster that has some of the best players in the world with a series of cracks that continue to accumulate in Steve Nash’s dressing room.

Nets' Bruce Brown starting for injured James Harden (hamstring) Monday

The Brooklyn Nets will start Bruce Brown in place of injured James Harden (hamstring) for Monday's game against the Milwaukee Bucks. With Harden sidelined by a hamstring injury, Brown will slip into the starting lineup for Game 2 of the Nets' series with the Bucks. Our models currently project Brown,...

Bruce Brown Is the Nets’ ‘Swiss Army Knife’

Brooklyn Nets, Boston, Boston Celtics, Detroit Pistons, Wakefield Memorial High School, Dorchester, Jim Larrañaga, James Harden, Kevin Durant, Steve Nash. Brad Simpson, who has been the boys’ basketball coach at Wakefield Memorial High School in a Boston suburb for decades, first met Nets guard Bruce Brown at an informal summer workout before Brown entered eighth grade.

Jeff Green, Bruce Brown Became Brooklyn Nets Mainstays

Opportunity arrived for Jeff Green and Bruce Brown at the same time, and the Brooklyn Nets’ season wasn’t the same afterwards. It was the ninth game of the season back on Jan. 6. Brown had been out of the rotation at the start of the season, with four DNPs and 13 total minutes played through seven games before getting some extra run one game earlier in a rout of Utah. Green, the veteran forward signed a week before training camp started, had averaged 15.8 minutes mostly off the bench, with one start through eight games.