Top 10 Nets Games You Should Go To, Ranked


The NBA season schedule is out, which means it’s time to mark your calendar for Nets nights. Here’s one crack at a top 10 list. The criteria, in no particular order: overall quality of opponent, interesting or fascinating players, returning Nets, scarcity of games (the Warriors coming once means more than the Cavaliers coming twice), […]

Brooklyn Nets Schedule 2015-2016: 5 Instant Reactions


The NBA officially unveiled the season schedule Wednesday. Here’s five quick reactions to the Brooklyn Nets schedule: 1) It’s a rough start. 11 of the team’s first 16 games come on the road, and that includes road games against the Warriors, Cavaliers, Thunder, Spurs, Hawks, and Rockets. That doesn’t count home games against the Bulls, […]

Nets waive Earl Clark

Earl Clark

Monday became a busy day for Brooklyn Nets transactions, at least as far as August doldrums go: the Nets officially waived Earl Clark Monday afternoon. Clark was on a non-guaranteed contract and left the team midway through Summer League. It was a formality that the team would waive him; Clark reportedly requested to be released […]

Nets Announce 2015 Preseason Schedule

Bojan Bogdanovic played for Fenerbahçe Ülker, who the Nets will take on in preseason. (AP)

The Brooklyn Nets officially announced their preseason schedule, including dates, times, and locations. It includes three games at Barclays Center, including a previously reported game against Turkish League club Fenerbahçe Ülker, as well as one game in a neutral location (Albany, NY) against the Philadelphia 76ers. Full schedule below: DATE DAY TIME OPPONENT 10/5/15 Monday […]

Phil Jackson: Shane Larkin has “tiny hands”, Andrea Bargnani is “a big tease”


Last season, Phil Jackson sat down with writer Charley Rosen for “The Phil Files,” a once-a-month conversation regarding the state of the Knicks. In the seventh installment, Jackson dished out final evaluations of his players, including two players who have since signed with the Nets: Shane Larkin and Andrea Bargnani. Not surprisingly, Jackson wasn’t bullish […]

Brooklyn Nets sign Donald Sloan


The Brooklyn Nets signed point guard Donald Sloan to a contract today, the team announced. Per team policy, details of the contract were not immediately known. Sloan, 27, is a young NBA journeyman, keeping up with the team’s offseason theme for their bench. After going undrafted in 2010 following four years at Texas A&M, Sloan […]

Joe Johnson, Deron Williams didn’t get along


Deron Williams and Joe Johnson clearly weren’t close friends during their tenure in Brooklyn, and now there’s more fuel on that fire. NetsDaily reports that at least one team official expects Johnson to have “a tremendous season” now that Williams is gone: (V)arious sources inside the Nets have suggested that the departure of D-Will is […]