2017 was a Nets audition and opportunity for McDaniels and Goodwin

The two newest Nets, K.J. McDaniels and Archie Goodwin, used the second half of 2017 as an audition – an open letter to Sean Marks and all of the NBA’s General Managers. The two were the 20th and 21st players to wear a Nets uniform this season. As General Manager Sean Marks stated last summer, […]

TBG Player Previews 2016-2017: Caris LeVert

Caris LeVert

Who is Caris LeVert? The Brooklyn Nets’ 2016 first round pick is also their foremost man of mystery; thanks to a litany of injuries, LeVert is a riddle wrapped in an enigma swaddled in a walking boot. In June, the Nets swapped power forward Thaddeus Young for the pick that they’d reach at LeVert on, who, […]

Nets aim for two in row against the Jazz

Opponent: Utah Jazz Location: Vivint Smart Home Arena (Salt Lake City) Time: 9:30 PM EDT Watch: YES Network, Fox Sports GO app Playing their first game without Joe Johnson since the franchise moved to Brooklyn, the Nets (16-42) came out guns blazing in Phoenix Thursday night, winning 116-106 over the Suns. Bojan Bogdanovic, starting his […]

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

TBG goes around the horn to predict the NBA season.

The Stifle Tower invades Brooklyn

The Nets (25-35) are dragging. After a blowout loss to the Charlotte Hornets on Wednesday, the team put forth a feeble effort Friday night against the Phoenix Suns; despite numerous turnovers and poor shooting throughout, the Nets were still in prime position to win the game, up 91-76 with 5:45 remaining in the game. But […]

Nets attempt to salvage road trip against the Utah Jazz

The Brooklyn Nets (18-25) ran into a buzz saw at the Staples Center Thursday night, in the form of the Los Angeles Clippers: On a national TV broadcast, Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, and DeAndre Jordan and the rest of “Lob City” embarrassed the Nets propelled by 70 first-half points en route to a 123-84 demolition. […]

Nets-Bobcats: Three Things To Watch

With 17 games left in the season, the Nets (34-31) stand just 2.5 games behind the Toronto Raptors for the Atlantic Division. They’ll host the Charlotte Bobcats (33-35) in Brooklyn tonight, who are in the midst of a surprising season; they’ve already won five more games this year than in the past two years combined, […]