Brooklyn Nets 2013-14 Season In Review



Joe BlatcheTop Nets Quotes of the Season

“We call him Joe Jesus.”

What were the best Nets quotables on the season? Here’s our 13 choices of best quotes from Nets players & coaches, ranging from hilarious to biting to brutally honest to Chakra-esque.

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Joe Wink GIFThe Brooklyn Game 2013-14 Nets MVP!

And the winner is…

20 contributors + partners of The Brooklyn Game voted on who they felt were the three best choices for Brooklyn Nets 2013-14 MVP. Here’s the results, including the runaway winner — and why.

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Kevin GarnettBrooklyn’s Goodbye

You were supposed to be dead

I’ve never been good with death. It either hits me like a freight train or I deny it entirely. I was in high school when my grandfather died, and I cut class for the rest of the day, not by leaving school but by sitting in the hallway, mortified and stagnant until my dad picked me up.

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APWhat’s Next?

Nets offseason plans

The Nets have a busy offseason ahead, with some players contemplating retirement and others earning big deals. But there’s one MVP-sized reason why the Nets won’t commit to long-term money.

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Joe Johnson, Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Deron Williams, Brook LopezNets Contract FAQ

Who can go where?

What can the Nets do this offseason? Who’s a free agent? Who’s got an option? How many draft picks do they have? Here’s a handy-dandy FAQ with everything you need to know.

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Jason KiddBig Offseason Questions

What Will They Do?

A 44-38 record and second-round exit leave the Nets looking for answers. Here’s the five biggest questions they’ll have to answer this offseason, from #5 to #1.

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TGGWhat’s next for Deron Williams?

How does this offseason play out?

It’s time to look back on the season. Instead of looking too much back on the season, The Glue Guys Mike & Brian look forward: after a 44-38 season and a disappointing first-round exit, what should they do next? Take a listen and think it through.

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Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Garnett, Paul PierceNet Worth’s

Game-By-Game Game Grades

Relive the magic of each game’s emotion this season with the at-the-buzzer game grades feature. See how many moments you remember!

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The Brooklyn Game: Exclusive Interviews

The Brooklyn Game’s exclusive in-depth interviews with the Brooklyn Nets:

Joe JohnsonJoe Johnson, Clutch Machine:

The Anatomy Of A Crunch-Time Scorer

In the 2012-2013 season, Nets guard Joe Johnson had four chances to hit a game-winning shot. He buried all four, each with a high degree of difficulty and needing exact precision.

For the first time ever, Johnson sits down and watches those game-winning shots with The Brooklyn Game, narrating on film in real-time just how he created the look.

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Shaun LivingstonShaun Livingston, Court Vision

On-Court and Off-Court Perspective

Shaun Livingston has thrived in Brooklyn as a “glue guy,” standing out by fitting in.

The new role makes sense for Livingston, who grew up a gangly biracial kid shuffling between antithetic private and public schools in Peoria, Illinois, code-shifting between racial and social classes.

Listen to him break down in real time his NBA court vision, and read his thoughts on a unique upbringing.

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Andrei Kirilenko, Jimmy Butler, Andray BlatcheAndrei Kirilenko, Stopper:

The Off-Ball Superstar

Andrei Kirilenko started as a 15-year-old professional player in Russia. Now, he’s defending NBA superstars like Carmelo Anthony, LeBron James, and Kevin Durant. But how did he learn how to play defense?

Kirilenko watches some of his better defensive plays and narrates in real-time the different strategies for defending the NBA and the league’s top players.

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Mirza TeletovicMirza Teletovic: The Role?

After a DNP-CD (Did Not Play-Coach’s Decision) in a game where the Nets were missing multiple rotation players in November, The Brooklyn Game sat down with Teletovic to see if he felt he had a role in Brooklyn.

In the following months, Teletovic carved out a niche as a rotation shooter. But it wasn’t always that way.

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