Who’s Best With The Nets’ “Big 3”? Because It’s Not Reggie Evans

Joe Johnson, Deron Williams, Brook Lopez

While you may disagree on the order of importance, any reasonable fan, analyst, or writer would agree that Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, and Brook Lopez are the three most important players to the Brooklyn Nets. Each player serves as an important fulcrum to the lineup, which is why the Nets play sparse minutes without at […]

Breakdown: Spurs abuse Lopez, Nets in pick-and-roll

Tony Parker, Keith Bogans

Even without Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili, the San Antonio Spurs blew out the Brooklyn Nets 111-86 Sunday night, mostly thanks to their stellar point guard Tony Parker. Parker, who finished with 29 points and 10 assists, seemed to toy with the Nets at will, hitting shot after shot and finding open teammates for three-pointers […]

Late Defensive Miscues Cost Brooklyn Victory

Steve Nash, Deron Williams,Brook Lopez

In a game the Brooklyn Nets were favored to win, against a team four games below .500, a team missing Dwight Howard and Metta World Peace, a team that lost Pau Gasol midway through the fourth quarter, the Nets could not find a way to close out, getting stymied & stuffed by some combination of […]

The Nets Have A Starting Power Forward, And It’s Not Who You Think

DeMar DeRozan, Kris Humphries, Gerald Wallace

With Reggie Evans routinely throwing up scoreless games, Mirza Teletovic racing through hot and cold streaks, and Kris Humphries buried at the end of the bench, one of the louder concerns recently stemming from Brooklyn is the need to upgrade the power forward position, most likely via trade. It’s a legitimate concern: the roster is […]