Kevin Garnett (illness) will not play against the Sixers on Monday.
Kevin Garnett (stomach virus) will not suit up for Sunday's preseason game vs. the Celtics.
Both Kevin Garnett (stomach virus) and Joe Johnson (rest) did not participate in practice on Saturday.
Kevin Garnett (stomach virus) did not practice on Friday.
Coach Lionel Hollins expects Kevin Garnett to get more than 20 minutes per game, and implied he won't sit him in back-to-back sets.
Kevin Garnett appears to be fired up for the new season after one of the most disappointing years of his career.
Kevin Garnett contemplated retirement before returning to the Nets to play out the final year of his contract worth $12 million.
Kevin Garnett has been playing 5-on-5 with his Nets teammates and has been impressive after his summer workouts.
Lionel Hollins said that Kevin Garnett will start at power forward for the 2014-15 season.
The Nets still have not received any indication from Kevin Garnett if he is going to play this season.
Lionel Hollins reached out to the entire Nets team, but he did not hear back from Kevin Garnett or Joe Johnson.
Despite Brooklyn losing Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett reportedly likes the direction that the Nets are going, and is "excited" to suit up for next season.
There is reportedly a "strong sense" that Kevin Garnett will be back with Brooklyn for the 2014-15 season.
Nets GM Billy King is confident that Kevin Garnett will return for the 2014-15 season.