Lionel Hollins: “I don’t try to analyze everything… we are who we are”

Lionel Hollins: “I don’t try to analyze everything… we are who we are”

The Brooklyn Nets are in a state of stasis. The team does not control the rights to a first- or second-round draft pick until 2019, and the team’s front office has said the primary goal is to keep things in place to make a splash during next season’s free agency. But the season itself is […]

Jarrett Jack: “I’m just now fully getting healthy”


In a dark season, Brooklyn Nets guard Jarrett Jack has emerged as a surprise bright spot in the last two games. In the weekend’s losses to the Sacramento Kings and Golden State Warriors, Jack totaled 49 points, 21 assists, three steals, and just three turnovers, and made up for a crucial late-game eight-second violation against […]

CurryWatch Update: Stephen Curry extends lead on Nets team in 3-pointers made


Earlier this year, we posed a question named “CurryWatch” at The Brooklyn Game: could otherworldly Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry outshoot the entire Brooklyn Nets team from three-point range? At least so far, the answer is yes. Saturday night provided a perfect opportunity to watch CurryWatch in action from both sides, as the Nets […]

This is how close the Nets were to upsetting the Warriors in regulation (GIF)

Via SI’s The Cauldron: Brook Lopez somehow misses the game winner, Nets – Warriors in OT. For reals — The Cauldron (@TheCauldron) November 15, 2015 The Nets, who through the gift of macabre magic hung with the 10-0 defending champion Golden State Warriors for 47 minutes and 59.5 seconds, ran a picture-perfect play to […]

Nets catch a break: Klay Thompson OUT

Klay Thompson

Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson will sit out Saturday night’s game against the Brooklyn Nets with back stiffness, the team announced before the game. Brandon Rush will start in his place. Thompson is the team’s second-leading scorer behind Stephen Curry, averaging 15.2 points per game for the undefeated Warriors and hitting 38.6 percent of […]

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 […]

Rested Nets seek answers in Houston


The Nets (0-7) are still searching for their first win of the season in Houston tonight. While another loss in Milwaukee on Saturday has continued the early season blues, the good news about Brook Lopez’s foot and three days of rest hopefully give a boost to a squad that desperately needs a quick turnaround. In […]

NBA Predictions: MVP, DPOY, Finals Picks, & More


TBG goes around the horn to predict the NBA season.

The Nets aren’t the least watchable team in the league

Mike Fratello Ian Eagle

Ready to watch the Nets? If you’re Grantland’s Zach Lowe, it’s only if a Nuggets-Hornets game is the only other one on. Lowe did his annual “League Pass Rankings,” ranking the Nets 28th out of the 30 NBA teams, largely because of YES Network’s flawless broadcasting team: Ian Eagle is a god, dropping deadpan gold […]

Lionel Hollins doesn’t see this as a rebuilding year: “old is old, and young is better”


The Brooklyn Nets are in a transition phase between championship aspirations and building anew. But Lionel Hollins doesn’t see it as a gap year. He’s the first coach to survive more than one season in Brooklyn, and his five likely starters — Jarrett Jack, Bojan Bogdanovic, Joe Johnson, Thaddeus Young, and Brook Lopez — are […]

Top 10 Nets Games You Should Go To, Ranked


The NBA season schedule is out, which means it’s time to mark your calendar for Nets nights. Here’s one crack at a top 10 list. The criteria, in no particular order: overall quality of opponent, interesting or fascinating players, returning Nets, scarcity of games (the Warriors coming once means more than the Cavaliers coming twice), […]