After acquiring DeMarre Carroll, and with Kentavious Caldwell-Pope talks abound, The Brooklyn Game staff went roundtable to discuss free agency so far, what the Nets should do with their cap space and dark horse free agents still in the mix. Did the Nets make the right call to wait for the market to settle before […]
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“Winning. Winning is going to be important to me,” Johnson told The Record when asked about his impending free agency. “I’ve made enough money, man, throughout my career. So, yeah, winning will definitely be top priority for me.”
The Brooklyn Nets are 1-8 and just dropped a heartbreaker by two points to the Sacramento Kings. The Golden State Warriors are 10-0 and eight of their ten wins have come by double-digits. The two teams play tonight at 10:30 P.M. EST. It’s safe to say the Nets aren’t exactly heavy favorites. Despite that, you […]
Periodically, we’ll check in on the status of how bad things are here, in honor of Joe Johnson’s priceless preseason quote. Statistical support throughout provided by NBA.com. This has been ugly. You won’t hear anything else, anywhere. The Nets haven’t won a game since April, they’ve collapsed down the stretch in their few winnable moments, […]
The Brooklyn Game’s Official Season Outlook & Prediction For the 2015-16 Brooklyn Nets.
Here’s the skinny on Nets guard Bojan Bogdanovic.
If the Brooklyn Nets and Philadelphia 76ers play an untelevised preseason game at 3PM in upstate New York, did it really happen? Despite the fact that the game could not be watched and only a few of the Nets’ beat writers were in attendance, The Brooklyn Game has put together a rapid fire list of things […]
One of the quirks about following the Nets, from either a casual distance or with intense focus, is that you haven’t had to think much about market value. If the player was good, they paid for him. If he wasn’t good, well, they might have paid for him anyway. The money side was simple, even […]
The Brooklyn Nets are in a transition phase between championship aspirations and building anew. But Lionel Hollins doesn’t see it as a gap year. He’s the first coach to survive more than one season in Brooklyn, and his five likely starters — Jarrett Jack, Bojan Bogdanovic, Joe Johnson, Thaddeus Young, and Brook Lopez — are […]
The Brooklyn Nets, by most predictions, will be worse than last year. That’s based on the evidence. They were already in decline from the previous season, lost their primary creator in Deron Williams, their most reliable wing defender in Alan Anderson, and didn’t drastically improve their immediate on-court product. But Lionel Hollins doesn’t care about […]