Stein: Nets looking to buy into 20s

Despite previously saying that the Nets probably wouldn’t be picking in the first round, it looks like Billy King might have something up his sleeve… Word is that deep-pockets, luxury-tax-impervious Brooklyn is pushing hard to buy a pick tonight in the 20s — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) June 26, 2014 Not sure who the target is […]

Draft Day Open Thread

Draft begins now. The Nets don’t have a pick, but Marc Stein is reporting that they are looking to buy into the 20s. We’ll see how it unfolds. Let’s chat in the comments here and on twitter @TheBKGame. Enjoy the show everyone!

Kyrie Irving out tomorrow

The Cavs biggest weapon, stud point guard Kyrie Irving, won’t play tomorrow against the Nets. Irving injured his left knee on a transition play in Tuesday’s loss against the Indiana Pacers. Irving won’t even travel with the team to Brooklyn to suit up. He is averaging 22.2 points and 6 assists this season.

GAME GRADES: JOE COOL AGAIN NETS 95, THUNDER 93

How would you grade the players? Mason Plumlee CENTER Brought his usual energy, but he really shot a 1-3 because of his involvement in botched alley-oops. Paul Pierce POWER FORWARD The stats look really bad, and he was really bad for 3.5 quarters. He couldn’t shoot and was the mayor of Turnover City. But then […]

Stan Van Gundy is not impressed

Stan Van Gundy, former coach of the Orlando Magic, had some choice words on the Brooklyn Nets. Van Gundy said: “I think with all the injuries it’s been hard to evaluate Jason Kidd. It’s been easy to jump on him not just because of the record, but the things coming out of their locker room, […]

This season needs a rewrite

After writing my post Sunday afternoon, I was able to clear my head in the form of a long drive in terrible weather. 
Saturday’s game stuck with me, but I don’t really know why. It was another blowout loss to a better team, another eye-rolling performance from virtually everyone on the floor. Maybe it’s just […]