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Brooklyn Nets

Address: 390 Murray Hill Pkwy., East Eutherford, NJ 07073
Arena Name: Barclays Center
Phone: (201) 935-8888
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Lloyd Beckett

Education: Northeastern University (B.S., D.P.T.); Bridgewater State University (M.S.)
Hometown: Falmouth, ME
NBATA Member Since: 2014
Lloyd Beckett joined the Brooklyn Nets in 2014, and was named the Head Athletic Trainer/Physical Therapist in 2016. He previously held the position of Director of Rehabilitation and Assistant Athletic Trainer with the Nets, and was honored with the NBATA David Craig Assistant Athletic Trainer of the Year Award for the 2014-15 season.

Beckett joined the Nets from North Carolina where he worked with the U.S. Marine Corps Special Operations Command. He has gained experience through his work in a wide variety of sports medicine settings, from outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation clinics to professional and NCAA Division I athletics. He started as an intern in the NBA with the Boston Celtics, followed by an internship with the Indiana Pacers. He has also worked with the training staffs of the New England Patriots, Providence College basketball, and Brown University football.

Beckett earned a Bachelor of Science and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Northeastern University, as well as a Master’s in Athletic Training from Bridgewater State University. He is a dual-licensed physical therapist and athletic trainer in addition to being a board certified sports clinical specialist through the APTA, and a certified strength and conditioning specialist by the NSCA.

Beckett resides in Brooklyn, New York.
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Sebastien Poirier

Education: Salem State University (B.S., A.T.C.); UMass Lowell (D.P.T.)
Hometown: Newton, MA
NBATA Member Since: 2016
Sebastien Poirier joined the Brooklyn Nets in 2016 as Assistant Athletic Trainer/Physical Therapist. Prior to his joining the Nets, he worked with the Oklahoma City Thunder for three seasons.

Sebastien has gained experience in a wide variety of sports medicine settings, including outpatient orthopaedic rehabilitation and professional athletics. He started as a volunteer with the Springfield Armor of the NBA Development League in 2012 while he worked in private practice orthopedics as a physical therapist. He then began working with the Oklahoma City Thunder as an assistant to the Thunder medical staff and head athletic trainer of the organization’s D-League affiliate, the Oklahoma City Blue.

Poirier earned his Bachelor’s Degree in athletic training from Salem State University and his doctorate in physical therapy at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. He is a dual-licensed physical therapist and athletic trainer in addition to being a board certified orthopedic clinical specialist by the APTA and a certified strength and conditioning specialist by the NSCA.

Poirier resides in Brooklyn, New York.