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The Brooklyn Nets and YES Network have announced an agreement to extend media rights between the team and the TV network, each announced today. “YES’ extensive, Emmy Award-winning multi-media coverage of the Nets has played a key role as the franchise has built its Brooklyn brand, and we are pleased to extend our relationship with […]
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 […]
First and foremost: apologies for the lack of updates in the last week. The Brooklyn Game has been in the midst of some off-site stuff. We’ll try to get you caught up today. Here’s what’s happened in the last week or so around the ‘Nets: Nets majority owner Mikhail Prokhorov, who has flirted with selling […]
This afternoon, the Brooklyn Nets lost to the Miami Heat 71-70 after an inbounds lob from Justice Winslow to Tyler Johnson with .4 seconds left on the clock. On the whole, it was a much more succinct and focused effort than their game against the Grizzlies — but turnover issues still plagued the team greatly. […]
The 2015 NBA Free Agency period, AKA the most wonderful time of year for basketball without basketball, kicks off at midnight on Wednesday, July 1. That’s when teams can begin negotiating with free agents and their representatives. We usually know within a few days where the big dominoes will fall through various reports. By July […]
Damian Lillard dropped 36 points on the Nets Monday night, but one of those points was the easiest he’ll ever get. During the third quarter, Lillard stepped inside the arc around Deron Williams and hit a mid-range jumper, cutting the Nets lead to 62-42. But referee Bennie Adams, standing right next to the play, raised […]