Sustainably Sourced: Adding the Ingredients for an Efficient Nets Offense

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Sustainably Sourced: Adding the Ingredients for an Efficient Nets Offense Constructing an NBA roster requires balance. The general manager needs to understand on-court schemes, but also must account for attitude and effort. Putting big-name talent that fails to gel usually results in disappointment (see Brooklyn Nets, 2013-2014). Assembling a high character team that lacks raw […]

Nets’ pick swap continues to fall, but who could they target? Part II

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Nets’ pick swap continues to fall, but who could they target? Part II Here are some facts for you: the Brooklyn Nets are 9-44 and easily own the NBA’s worst record, Jeremy Lin has played all of 12 games thanks to a difficult hamstring, and numberFire puts their odds of making the playoffs officially at […]

Scorching Wizards visit sunken Nets

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Tonight, the Washington Wizards visit the last-place Brooklyn Nets as the Eastern Conference’s fourth seed that’s running on an 8-2 run over their last ten games. The Nets, in contrast, have dropped ten straight as the team struggles to meet the modest benchmark of even 10 wins this season. Both squads are coming off of […]

Video: Whitehead on opportunity, physicality, and favorite players

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by Ben Nadeau


Resolution: Keep improving, keep doin' you


After the aforementioned injuries to Jeremy Lin and Greivis Vasquez,  Isaiah Whitehead was hurled into the fire against the likes of Russell Westbrook, Chris Paul, and Damian Lillard -- and, hey, for a second round rookie, he's covered ground pretty quickly. 


At the beginning of the season, Whitehead was prone to silly turnovers -- most often by jumping without an endgame in mind -- and struggled to tap into his range. With almost half a season under his belt now, Whitehead has proven to be a capable game manager and, if he starts hitting the three-pointer more consistently, can be a regular contributor to the crippled side. Of course, his assist numbers aren't particularly great, although that's fair given Atkinson's rapid-ball movement offense, but he's saved the Nets from having a historically poor season in all likelihood.


In 2017, Whitehead should look to continue working that #BrooklynGrit moxie, get to the free throw line more, and find that three-point shooting range that made him a collegiate star at Seton Hall.


It's an incredibly early diagnosis on Whitehead, but Atkinson must be pleased with the rookie's play and his quickly matured confidence way ahead of schedule.

<br /> &lt;div&gt;Please enable Javascript to watch this video&lt;/div&gt;<br /> &lt;p&gt; Video: Whitehead on opportunity, physicality, and favorite players Brooklyn Nets’ rookie point guard Isaiah Whitehead spoke about his favorite players growing up, adjusting to NBA-level play, and how he’s taken advantage of his opportunity in an in-depth interview with Michael Scotto of Basketball Insiders. Whitehead, […]

Nets announce partnership with Infor, will add logo to jersey

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Nets announce partnership with Infor, will add logo to jersey The Brooklyn Nets have partnered with Infor, a centralized digital platform that will aim to enhance data visualization and to further unify all of Basketball Operations, the franchise announced today. Of course, this means that starting next season, the Nets will also be adding Infor’s logo […]

Nets look to take the sting out of the Hornets on the road

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Time: 7:00 PM EST Location: Spectrum Center Watch: YES Network, Fox Sports Go Listen: WFAN 660 AM/101.9 FM The Brooklyn Nets are looking to snap a 9-game losing streak, which coincidentally started after snapping an 11-game losing streak in New Orleans. The last time the Nets picked up a win on the road against an Eastern […]

The Struggles Continue: Nets’ 4th Quarter Woes, Part II

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The Struggles Continue: Nets’ 4th Quarter Woes, Part II The Brooklyn Nets face new struggles every game. Just a few days ago, I documented two games where the Nets had victory slip away from them. But now, The Struggles Strike Back (Again.) This past week, in particular, Nets fans have gone through an emotional roller […]

Woj: New Orleans interested in Lopez-centered trade

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Woj: New Orleans interested in Lopez-centered trade The New Orleans Pelicans have inquired into Brook Lopez’s availability, Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical reports. New Orleans has been engaged on several fronts to land a center, including pursuit of Brooklyn's Brook Lopez, sources tell @TheVertical. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojVerticalNBA) February 6, 2017 We’ve all been here before and […]

The loss of Yogi Ferrell is a swing and a miss, not a strikeout for Nets

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The loss of Yogi Ferrell is a swing and a miss, not a strikeout for Nets If you’re reading this, you’ll likely all too familiar with the 10-day contract and how it has both benefitted and hurt the Brooklyn Nets since Sean Marks took over the general manager position about one year ago. The 10-day […]

Before the Super Bowl, catch the Nets in a divisional matinee against the Raptors

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Opponent: Toronto Raptors Time : 12:00 PM EST Location: Barclays Center TV: YES Network Radio: WFAN It’s funny how so close can seem so far… The Brooklyn Nets have led in the fourth quarters of both of its previous games to the New York Knicks and Indiana Pacers, but, of course, both ended with the […]

Long Island Nets Prospect Rankings: No Use Crying Over Spilled Yogi

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Long Island Nets Prospect Rankings: No Use Crying Over Spilled Yogi Given how much of the East Coast woke up on Saturday to the news that Yogi Ferrell, the undrafted point guard the Brooklyn Nets cut twice in three months, erupted for 32 points on 9 three-pointers, there’s been much upheaval and ho-humming about the franchise’s […]

75 Cents on a Dollar: The Nets’ 4th Quarter Offensive Issues in Detail

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75 Cents on a Dollar: The Nets’ 4th Quarter Offense Issues in Detail The Brooklyn Nets’ have lost games this season in every way possible. Some losses were soul crushing and other losses could be sensed after the first 5 minutes of the game. Even more Net losses were of the hey-that-wasn’t-that-bad variety. While they’ve […]