Scotto: Nets sign Yogi Ferrell to one-year, partially guaranteed deal

Photo via Yogi Ferrell's Instagram

The Brooklyn Nets have signed undrafted point guard Yogi Ferrell to a one-year, partially guaranteed contract, reports Michael Scotto of Sheridan Hoops. Brooklyn Nets & former Indiana All-American point guard Yogi Ferrell have agreed to a 1-year, partially guaranteed deal, per league sources. — Michael Scotto (@MikeAScotto) July 22, 2016 Although the Nets currently have […]

Rumor Mill: Nets looking for quick rebuild, want to add established veterans

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The Brooklyn Nets and Sean Marks are looking to bring established veterans to the team this summer, reports Alex Kennedy of Basketball Insiders. Marks, who has said over and over that the Nets will build the right way this time around, may be deviating from the plan he’s preached since Kenny Atkinson was unveiled as head coach […]

Post-Draft Roundtable: Thaddeus Young, Caris LeVert, and Isaiah Whitehead

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Now that the dust has settled on another wild draft night for the Brooklyn Nets, it’s time for some outward reflection. For two weeks, everybody expected the Nets to jump into the first round somehow, but writers and fans alike were perplexed at how they might do it. Eventually, that trade would materialize as they […]

Woj: Tony Brown to become lead assistant for the Washington Wizards

Brooklyn Nets interim head coach Tony Brown gestures in the second half of an NBA basketball game against the San Antonio Spurs, Monday, Jan. 11, 2016, in New York. In Brown's first game as interim head coach, the Spurs defeated the Nets 106-79. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

Tony Brown is expected to become the Washington Wizards’ lead assistant coach, reports The Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Brown, who took over for the fired Lionel Hollins in February on an interim basis, interviewed for the head coaching role that was eventually given to Kenny Atkinson. In Washington, Brown will join a revamped staff that includes the […]

Around The Nets: Atkinson, Robinson, and the Celtics’ great luck

Brooklyn Nets forward Thomas Robinson (41) shoots a jump shot Atlanta Hawks forward Mike Muscala (31), and forward Mike Scott defend during the second half of an NBA basketball game, Saturday, Jan. 16, 2016, in Atlanta. Atlanta won 114-86. (AP Photo/John Amis)

Reporting contributed by Elizabeth Swinton  Following the arrival of Kenny Atkinson, news surrounding the Brooklyn Nets has come fast and furious — so you know what that means: it’s time for another edition of Around The ‘Nets! Today, The Brooklyn Game has a compilation of podcasts, rumors, and noteworthy things that we’re sharing today! Happy […]

Zagoria: Nets trying to buy a 1st or 2nd rounder

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (left) taking a selfie on draft night. (AP)

The Brooklyn Nets are trying to buy a late 1st round or an early 2nd round draft pick, reports Adam Zagoria of SportsNet New York. Currently without a pick, general manager Sean Marks is doing all he can to reverse the Nets’ poor standing before next month, but the cost of a selection is higher […]

Was this the worst season in Nets history?

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In their closing act of the 2015-16 season, what remained of the Brooklyn Nets fell apart in the second half against what remained of the Toronto Raptors, blowing a 21-4 lead and losing 103-96 to a team that rested almost all of its rotation players. It was a fitting ending to a dismal season. The […]

Nets will pick 55th in the 2016 NBA Draft

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If you thought the Brooklyn Nets already hit rock bottom, here’s a shovel. The Toronto Raptors defeated the Philadelphia 76ers 122-98 tonight, ensuring that the Nets will swap their second-round pick with the Los Angeles Clippers and pick 55th overall in this upcoming NBA draft. Sound confusing? Here’s how it works. The Nets traded the […]

Nets, Knicks split season series, but which franchise has the brighter future?

New York Knicks' Robin Lopez (8) and Brooklyn Nets' Brook Lopez (11) fight for position during the first half of an NBA basketball game Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2016, in New York. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

While the Brooklyn Nets may have managed a 2-2 series draw against the New York Knicks in 2015-2016 (capped off by their miserable fourth quarter last night), their cross-river rivals have won 10 more games than them this year. The Nets, following the dismissal of Deron Williams over the summer, were expected to take a step […]