Nets Lead Celtics Wire-To-Wire, Keep Home Court

Nets Lead Celtics Wire-To-Wire, Keep Home Court

Here’s everything you need to know about Sunday night’s Nets victory over the Boston Celtics: What happened: The Brooklyn Nets made up for their 25-point loss two nights earlier to the Boston Celtics by maintaining home court in a strong 111-101 victory. Where they stand: At 3-11, the Nets are fourth in the Atlantic Division. […]

Nets-Warriors: What 2 Watch 4


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 […]

Deron Williams had his shots with Nets


Earlier this week, Deron Williams made two off-the-dribble shots down the stretch of a 107-98 Mavericks victory, later reflecting on shots like that as few and far between in his time with the Nets. “I don’t like to talk about my time in Brooklyn, but a lot of times I was in the corner waiting […]

The Glue Guys Podcast: The Nets Get A Win!


The Glue Guys celebrate the Nets first win of the season (airhorn sound effect)!!! And then ask the question whether this team should be torn down and if Billy King/Lionel Hollins should be fired. (32:20) News Around the League: Kings-Karl-DeMarcus Mess, Kobe’s last game at MSG, and Deron Williams on difference between Dallas and Brooklyn […]

Around the ‘Nets: Real Estate Over Basketball


Here’s the latest Nets news and notes from around the ‘Nets: So far, the New York Islanders have not been a big draw at Barclays Center. Killer line from NetsDaily: “While the real estate thrives, basketball declines. On the balance sheets, that’s fine, but in the realm of perception, that’s not going to cut it.” […]

2 Weeks In: It’s That Bad Here — 10 Things Worth Noting


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 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, […]

Billy King: trades may be on the horizon


The Brooklyn Nets have gotten off to their worst start since moving to Brooklyn, having lost each of their first seven games. An injury to Brook Lopez exacerbated fears that the team would struggle to cobble together any decent performances with a tough road schedule ahead. Worse, the team does not control its first-round pick […]

Is It Time To Panic?


It’s only five games. Five losses. But it’s not time to panic. Panic implies that there’s something horribly wrong in the plan. This is the plan. These five games haven’t told us anything we didn’t expect. The Brooklyn Nets aren’t playing well above or below expectation. Brook Lopez is still putting up numbers; Thaddeus Young […]

Brook Lopez re-signed with the Nets under one condition — no more trade talk

2. Brook Lopez (3 seasons, 163 games) Despite everything, Brook Lopez is still here. Despite every rumor that the Nets wanted to ship him away, for everyone from Dwight Howard to Lance Stephenson to Reggie Jackson, Brook Lopez still plods away, putting up a boring 17 points, seven rebounds, and two blocks at Barclays Center. Despite multiple foot surgeries and two chances to test the free agent market, Brook Lopez stands to be the longest-tenured player in Nets franchise history, and assuredly he'll own a few more records than that when all is said and done. His flaws are obvious. He's not an explosive athlete or a killer rebounder, and his foot will be a concern until the day he retires. But the Nets stumbled backwards into the franchise player that wanted to be there all along. Despite everything, Brook Lopez is a Brooklyn Net. In that sense, it's a bit poetic that he ends up the #2 on this list.

Brook Lopez, against all odds, likes New York. He likes playing in Brooklyn. He’s comfortable here, and adjusted to an East Coast life after a childhood in California. But when he re-upped with a three-year deal this past summer, it was seen as a surprise by some. It was Lopez’s first real chance to test […]

Brooklyn Nets 2015-2016 Season Preview: How Bad Is It Here?


The Brooklyn Game’s Official Season Outlook & Prediction For the 2015-16 Brooklyn Nets.

The Glue Guys Podcast: Nets Season Preview


Nets Season Preview Podcast! The Glue Guys are joined by Devin Kharpertian from The Brooklyn Game. Topics touched on, but not limited to, whether addition by subtraction is a valid equation for the Nets, whose the team’s best point guard, reasons to be optimistic/pessimistic, and we take twitter questions from listeners just like you! Subscribe […]