Dennis Horner

Brooklyn Nets #31 - Forward

  • Born: 02/05/88
  • Age: 26
  • Height: 6-9
  • Weight: 230

Wyatt in D-League debut scores 19, but Armor loses

Earlier Monday, the Nets' D-League affiliate in Springfield acquired Khalif Wyatt, the Atlantic 10 player of the year last season. By Monday night, Wyatt had acquitted himself well in his D-League debut but the Armor lost late to the Mad Ants.

Armor, unlike Nets, can't get on a winning path

Like the parent club, the Armor (6-17), started slowly but unlike the Nets, they've stayed slow, despite having most of their best players back from the last two years. Friday night, it was the same story.

Horner excels but Armor lose again to Erie

The Erie BayHawks, the Knicks D-League affiliate, led by as many as 24 Thursday, but the Springfield Armor (6-16), led by former New Jersey Net Dennis Horner, cut the lead to one before falling 100-94 Thursday night in Erie. Horner scored 26.

Armor auditioning for 10-day contracts?

As of Tuesday, the Nets will have an open roster spot and an ability to sign a 10-day contract. No one's saying that the Nets will call up anyone soon ... or that they'll limit themselves to the Springfield roster. But there are prospects.

Poor defense hurting Armor

The Armor's defensive woes continued on the road Wednesday when they lost 124-112 to the Erie Bayhawks, in Erie. Five Armor players finished in double figures, led by 20 points efforts from Willie Reed and Darius Johnson-Odom. Adonis Thomas had 14.

Johnson-Odom, Thomas combine for 52 in Armor win

Adonis Thomas, the Nets 6'7" project, scored 25 points, his best game in Springfield, and Darius Johnson-Odom, who the Nets added to the Armor roster last week, scored 27, continuing his hot shooting as the Nets affiliate beat the Delaware 87ers.

Muhammad Records Huge Double-Double In Win

In his second game with the Iowa Energy, Shabazz Muhammad recorded a double-double by putting up 22 points and 11 rebounds in just 23 minutes.

Johnson-Odom sets Armor scoring record in loss

Darius Johnson-Odom, the ex-Laker who joined the Springfield Armor last week, scored 41 points Thursday, including 20 in the fourth quarter, setting a new one-game scoring mark for the Nets D-League affiliate. But the Armor lost, 143-132.

Armor embarrassed at D-League Showcase

It wasn't supposed to be like this. With a veteran club and a number of players who've worn an NBA uniform, the Armor were supposed to be a good team. But again, Wednesday night, they proved they are a bad team, a very bad team, losing by 42 to Reno.

Reed dominates in Armor loss

The Nets send Tyshawn Taylor and Tornike Shengelia down to Springfield Saturday morning but when the Armor played Sioux Falls Saturday night, the best player on the court was Willie Reed, the 6'10" center who had a cameo with Memphis last season.

Devin Ebanks Plays Hero In Legends Win

Devin Ebanks had another huge game on Wednesday night, scoring 32 points in the Legends' win. He also scored four points in the final 35 seconds, including the game-winning jumper over the outstretched hands of Dennis Horner.

Thomas plays well in Armor loss to Canton

Despite a couple of comebacks, the Springfield Armor, the Nets' D-League affiliate fell to the Canton Charge. Adonis Thomas, a 6'7" small forward, led one of the charges and finished with 15 points on 6-of-11 shooting, including 3-of-4 from deep.

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