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The Nets are dedicated to bringing a championship to Brooklyn. But let’s face it: they’re most likely not winning one with this roster next season, and the same applies for the season after. So is it time for the Nets to throw in the towel with their core and re-build once more? I say no […]
Brooklyn Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov has talked openly and often about the Nets being a global brand, and he’s stood by his word: today’s game in London, England at the 02 Arena isn’t their first foray out of the continent. On March 4th and March 5th, 2011, the then-New Jersey Nets were in London for […]
After two days of rest and a shootaround cancelled due to inclement weather, the 6-14 Brooklyn Nets take on the 10-12 Boston Celtics in Brooklyn tonight at 7:30. These two teams made a trade this offseason that you all know about by now, sending Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, and Jason Terry south to Brooklyn for […]
Max Weisberg heavily contributed reporting to this article. As Jason Kidd said some weeks ago, this is summer school and he’s just here to learn. Class was in session Sunday in Orlando. As the timeouts were called throughout the 1st half, the flock of Nets’ beat writers that made the trip to Orlando noticed a […]
It’s finally here!!! What? You mean I’m the only one who counts down the days until Orlando Summer League? Okay, okay. Nets basketball hasn’t officially returned yet, but there is still a lot about this game to get excited about. For one, it’s Jason Kidd’s first ever game as a head coach. Let that sink […]
Despite having no cap room and quiet expectations, the Brooklyn Nets have made some huge moves this offseason. Cutting through the rumors, here’s a quick rundown of everything they’ve done, as well as the current team salary and roster situation. This will be updated as news breaks, so check back frequently. Info after the jump.
The Brooklyn Nets officially released their Orlando Summer League roster today, headlined by second-year players Tornike Shengelia and Tyshawn Taylor, and rookie Mason Plumlee. As reported earlier this week, former Nets draftee Damion James and recent Finals MVP (in France) David Lighty also join the team. Some more notables: C.J. Watson’s little brother, Kashif Watson, […]
Former Nets draftee and forward Damion James will join the team’s summer league roster for his third stint with the team, NetsDaily reports. James was drafted by the team 24th overall in 2010 (they moved up three spots to acquire him), playing 32 games before getting waived after two seasons. The Nets then brought him […]
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The Brooklyn Nets have officially signed small forward Kris Joseph from their D-League affiliate Springfield Armor to a 10-day contract, according to an official press release from the team. Joseph’s Armor teammate Willie Reed (aka #CallUpWillie) broke the news of the call-up via twitter on Saturday night. Joseph takes over the vacant 15th roster spot, which has […]
The Brooklyn Nets will called up forward Kris Joseph from their D-League affiliate, the Springfield Armor. The news, ironically enough, was broken by Joseph’s fellow Armor teammate Willie Reed, whose been on his own personal campaign over the last couple of months to get the big promotion: Congrats to my bro @realkrisjo on his call […]