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Brooklyn Nets fire coach Johnson

New York, Dec 28 (IANS) The Brooklyn Nets fired head basketball coach Avery Johnson because of the disappointing results in past weeks.

Dec 28 2012, 2:13am CST | by

Brooklyn Nets fire coach Johnson
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New York, Dec 28 — The Brooklyn Nets fired head basketball coach Avery Johnson because of the disappointing results in past weeks.

The Nets lost 10 of the past 13 games to fall on 14-14 in the NBA when the team is seeking for a better result in their new home, reports Xinhua.

After beating the New York Knicks in their first meeting Nov 26, the Nets went 5-10 and fell far behind their arch- rivals.

The news was announced by general manager Billy Kin Thursday but gave no indication of interim coach.

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