VIDEO: Someone made a highlight video of 25 Andrea Bargnani blocks

VIDEO: Someone made a highlight video of 25 Andrea Bargnani blocks

The Andrea Bargnani signing is a Brooklyn Nets fan Rorschach test. It’s either a no-risk, veteran’s minimum deal for a former top overall pick that once averaged 20 points per game (great!), or a terrible defender and poor shooter who might take playing time away from the team’s younger, higher-potential players and torpedo the team’s […]

The Los Angeles Clippers now have the NBA’s most expensive “Big 3”

DeAndre Jordan is all smiles after returning to the Clippers. (AP)

After re-signing DeAndre Jordan to a max deal following the Great Free Agency Emoji War of 2015, the Los Angeles Clippers now have the most expensive “Big 3” in the NBA, clocking in at a little over $60 million in salary for Jordan, Blake Griffin, and Chris Paul. With Griffin, Jordan, and Paul all commanding […]

The danger for the Nets in 2016 free agency

Durant & LeBron are 2016's big names. (AP)

Barring the type of Grand & Unexpected Wild Offseason Move the team trademarked between 2011 and 2014, this year’s Brooklyn Nets roster is close to set. Thirteen players are on guaranteed contracts, with at least four more vying for the final two spots out of Nets training camp. The Nets don’t look primed to make […]

Thaddeus Young is just what the Nets need

5) Thaddeus Young, Freed. Two weeks ago, the Nets made perhaps their best value trade in the Deron Williams era. Sure, Joe Johnson brought back more talent for less cost, and Kevin Garnett & Paul Pierce brought legitimacy to a team’s title hopes for a few weeks. But in dealing Garnett away for Thaddeus Young, […]

All-Star Weekend Set to Bring Excitement Back to Brooklyn Next Week (SPONSORED POST)


 By TiqIQ It’s been an underwhelming season in Brooklyn, but the Nets can hang their hat on the upcoming All-Star Weekend, which is set to invade the Barclays Center for the Rising Stars Challenge and All-Star Saturday Night. While Brooklyn’s Big-3 of Williams, Johnson and Garnett has failed to win in a relatively weak Eastern […]

Nets attempt to salvage road trip against the Utah Jazz

The Brooklyn Nets (18-25) ran into a buzz saw at the Staples Center Thursday night, in the form of the Los Angeles Clippers: On a national TV broadcast, Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, and DeAndre Jordan and the rest of “Lob City” embarrassed the Nets propelled by 70 first-half points en route to a 123-84 demolition. […]

Nets look to start winning streak against Clippers

Tonight, possibly without Kevin Garnett per back-to-back game protocol, the Nets (18-24) visit Staples Center to play the Los Angeles Clippers (28-14), who are coming off a 102-93 victory over the Boston Celtics on Monday night. The Nets survived one of their notorious late-game meltdowns Wednesday night, overcoming a fourth-quarter Kings surge en route to […]

Brooklyn Nets-New York Knicks Power Rankings: The Kings And Sewer Dwellers Of New York Basketball

Joe Johnson

The Nets-Knicks Power Rankings are back! Devin Kharpertian & Daniel Savitzky rank players, coaches, personnel, and TV crews to answer the crucial question: who’s the King of New York, and who’s in the sewer?

So, what *does* correlate to winning?

James Jones, Andrei Kirilenko

The Brooklyn Nets are one of many NBA teams that have put a premium on motion this preseason, preaching a new flex offense based on constant player and ball movement to create open shots. But is it worth it?’s John Schuhmann had a different take, studying the correlation between ball movement, player movement, and […]