While most of America was reacting (or overreacting) to the “real” Gordon Hayward decision, or celebrating the day our Founding Fathers let freedom ring across the nation, the Brooklyn Nets finally dealt their first hand in free agency. It was heavily foreseen leading up to July, but on Tuesday night, the Nets and restricted free […]
After three days of not making any moves in free agency, the Brooklyn Nets have reached a deal with restricted free agent Otto Porter. The news was broken by The Vertical’s Shams Charania, who laid out the specifics of the offer sheet, worth $106 million over four years. RFA Otto Porter has reached agreement on a four-year, […]
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, […]
Game preview for the Brooklyn Nets’ showdown between them and the Utah Jazz — can they go for two in a row?
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, […]
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 […]
Second home game in a 4-game set.
TBG goes around the horn to predict the NBA season.
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 […]
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. […]
Deron Williams, Joe Johnson and Brook Lopez is the highest paid trio in the NBA.
— Stefan Bondy (@nydninternets) December 1, 2014
Gordon Hayward & the Jazz have their work cut out for them.