Nets Analysis

The Glue Guys: Kidd Leaves for Milwaukee


The Glue Guys, Brian and Mike, are joined by The Brooklyn Game’s Managing Editor Devin Kharpertian to talk about how we got to the point where Kidd is traded to Milwaukee, who is the next Nets coach, how does Kidd leaving impact the team’s free agents, and where the Nets stand in the grand scheme […]

Kirilenko showing why he’s needed


Seeing the inevitable “Kirilenko listed as OUT” tweet on the afternoon of Nets game day was becoming a frustrating sight. As days turned into weeks turned into months, Kirilenko’s absence became just one more drop in the Nets’ ever-cresting wave of disappointment. But back healthy (relatively) and in the lineup again, it’s easy to see […]

What to expect from Mason Plumlee

Mason Plumlee

In between all the talk of trades and free agency, Nets fans have sort of forgotten about the #22 overall pick in the NBA Draft: former Duke senior Mason Plumlee. The 7’0”, 238-lb big man is more mobile and athletic than your typical seven-footer, and he can play either post position. His offensive skill set […]

Should the Nets be running more?

Deron Williams

To run or not to run, that is the question. The Nets pace (or lack there of) has been a topic of discussion amongst those following the franchise all season. The Nets play the second slowest pace in the NBA, as they are just a shade quicker than the New Orleans Hornets. There are advantages […]

Surprise! Nets pick-and-rolls often go nowhere

In the follow-up to a comprehensive, brilliant piece by Zach Lowe of Grantland on the data gleaned from optical tracking SportVU cameras and analyzed by the Toronto Raptors analytics department, the Brooklyn Nets get an ignominious mention, after the cameras analyzed how effectively (or ineffectively) Brooklyn uses its pick-and-rolls:

The Bench Mob Gets Defensive

Andray Blatche Brooklyn Nets

Brooklyn’s “Bench Mob” has already earned its share of attention in the early part of the season – primarily for the offensive performances from the likes of Andray Blatche, CJ Watson, MarShon Brooks and Jerry Stackhouse. But what’s most impressive in these (very) early stages of the season is how the group has performed defensively. […]