Game Recap

Summer League: Pistons 76, Nets 67

Max Weisberg heavily contributed reporting to this article. As Jason Kidd said some weeks ago, this is summer school and he’s just here to learn. Class was in session Sunday in Orlando. As the timeouts were called throughout the 1st half, the flock of Nets’ beat writers that made the trip to Orlando noticed a […]

Nets 114, Cavs 101: Everything, Good And Bad, Plainly On Display

Joe Johnson Brooklyn Nets

BROOKLYN, N.Y. — In a confusing blowout, the Brooklyn Nets took a double-digit lead at 6:18 of the second quarter and never relinquished it, comfortably conquering the Cleveland Cavaliers, 114-101. Though the Cavaliers made a few runs at the lead in the second half, outscoring the Nets 33-21 in the final quarter, the Nets continued […]

Brooklyn Nets 82, Orlando Magic 74: Winning Ugly is Still Winning

Deron Williams Brooklyn Nets, E'Twaun Moore Orlando Magic

BROOKLYN, N.Y. — I think the adage goes, “ugly wins beat pretty losses.” The Nets did their best to test that adage Sunday afternoon, winning an 82-74 slogger at home against the Orlando Magic, starting the ¡first! Brooklyn Nets winning streak in Brooklyn Nets history. In a game they should’ve won by at least twice […]

Brooklyn Nets 107, Orlando Magic 68: Writing on the Wall

Andray Blatche Brooklyn Nets, Andrew Nicholson

ORLANDO, FL. — That’s about as well as you can follow up a blowout loss, no? Fresh off their trip mid-collision course in the path of Flying Death Machine Miami Heat, the Brooklyn Nets mustered some combination of taking out their 1-2 frustrations and decimating an inferior team two nights later, embarrassing the Orlando Magic […]

Brooklyn Nets 96, Minnesota Timberwolves 107: Welp

Nikola Pekovic

Note: a site traffic overload left us without the ability to do our live grades. We’re truly sorry for that issue. Hopefully the recap gives you an idea of how they’d grade. I hope you’re not reading this. I really, truly hope that you’re paying attention to something far more important, whether that’s today’s presidential […]


Brooklyn Nets Deron Williams

BROOKLYN, N.Y. — On what’s hopefully the final glorious first in a long, raucous series of firsts, the Brooklyn Nets picked up their first victory in their first official game in their sparkling new arena, taking down the foe nobody wanted them to play in their first game, the Toronto Raptors. With Nets owner Mikhail […]

Notes from Nets-Knicks in Nassau

Brooklyn Nets Deron Williams

In the Brooklyn Nets’ final ultimately meaningless game, played in a building that was architecturally ancient on building day, the Nets took yet another preseason game to overtime. The final call in both final frames ended in failure, as MarShon Brooks flailed towards the basket with no avail as the clock ran down. Brooks foolishly […]