Game Recap

The Morning After: Time to Get Serious?

Nets Raptors Basketball

  What had happened was: The Nets cast aside their usual uniforms and instead collectively donned a massive white flag in the final game of the regular season, which they lost 114-85 to the Cleveland Cavaliers. The game mercifully brought to an end a streak of uninspired, boring basketball the Nets largely played over the […]

The Morning After: Nets Suffocate Nuggets

The Morning After: Nets Suffocate Nuggets

  Here’s a roundup of last night’s Nets festivites: What happened: The Nets thoroughly obliterated a Denver Nuggets team that is a shell of its healthy self, setting the tone early by going up 29-8 after the first quarter and never letting it get closer than 20 points in atypical Nets fashion. The Nets won the […]

A Futile Effort: Pistons 103, Nets 99

Paul Pierce, Kyle Singler, Greg Monroe

What once appeared was to be another ho-hum blowout for an indifferent Brooklyn Nets team lacking the services of a key player turned into a furious comeback attempt that just couldn’t come through. Nets fans justifiably aching, clawing to assign definite blame in a close loss will point to Andray Blatche’s two missed free throws […]

Ghost Town

Jason Kidd Coach

BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Following Monday night’s game against the Portland Trail Blazers, the Brooklyn Nets engaged in some roster-wide “reflection,” reflection that kept roughly 40 media members out of the locker room, pushed back into a far-off hallway, well out of earshot. Whatever words were tossed around the lockers, it was clear the team didn’t […]

Shorthanded loss a part of the process for struggling Nets

Joe Johnson

LOS ANGELES, C.A. -— No player, coach, or GM will ever tell you openly that a team’s priorities lie anywhere other than squarely on winning a game on any given night. Saturday the Brooklyn Nets tiptoed carefully along that line, bolstering the suspicion that they’re playing the long game: less concerned with nightly results and fixated […]