HOPE! Nets Close Road Trip On High Note


Finally. What happened: The Nets closed their eight-game circus road trip on a high note, defeating the Dallas Mavericks in Dallas, 104-94. Where they stand: The Nets improve to 24-33 with the win, and hold the eighth spot in the Eastern Conference playoffs by a hair. They lead the Indiana Pacers (24-34), Charlotte Hornets (23-33) […]

Amar’e Stoudemire Gets In-Game Beer Bath (VIDEO)

Okay, so maybe this isn’t quite the red wine bath that Amar’e Stoudemire is used to: Recovery Day! Red Wine Bath !! #Kinging #Blessed #Hebrews Getting ready for the eighth day feast. A photo posted by (əˈ•mär•ray) Amar'e Stoudemire (@amareisreal) on Oct 15, 2014 at 8:22am PDT But we can’t always be as fancy as […]

Bojan Bogdanovic Will Play Vs. Mavericks

Bojan Bogdanovic

Brooklyn Nets guard Bojan Bogdanovic will play Saturday night against the Dallas Mavericks, coach Lionel Hollins announced before the game: Bojan Bogdanovic will play tonight off the bench. Same Nets starters. — Andy Vasquez (@andy_vasquez) March 1, 2015 Bogdanovic hadn’t played since February 20th against the Los Angeles Lakers, after spraining his left ankle in […]

James Harden High-Fives Referee For No Apparent Reason

JAMES HARDEN: What? That wasn’t a foul. REF: Yes, you fouled him. Caught him on the hand. *holds out hand* HARDEN: *has already forgotten the foul* Good job, team! *high-fives ref* James Harden has long had a reputation as a confused, lackadaisical defender. That reputation has changed this season, in a year where Harden has […]

NBA to grade referees in crunch time


Starting Tuesday, March 2, the NBA will start “The Last Two Minutes” initiative, grading referees on their calls — and non-calls — in the last two minutes of regluation, and the entirety of overtime games, the league announced. “Our fans are passionate and have an intense interest in understanding how the rules are applied,” Mike […]

Deron Williams With The Fancy Fake & Floater (HIGHLIGHT)

The All-Star break might’ve been in Brooklyn, but Deron Williams wasn’t there… and it’s done him well. After recording 27 assists in his first two games after the break, looking noticeably quicker on the floor, Williams hadn’t had the same impact through the first half of Nets-Pelicans. But near the end, he did get a […]

Andrei Kirilenko’s New Team: CSKA Moscow


For the second time in a week, a former Nets forward will end his career where it started. Andrei Kirilenko, who was traded by the Nets this past December to the Philadelphia 76ers and subsequently waived, has come to an agreement with Russian club CSKA Moscow. Kirilenko played with CSKA Moscow from 1998-2001, following two […]