Joe Harris, guard 2015-2016: 3.0 MPG, 0.6 PPG, 0.4 APG, 0.6 RPG, 0.0 SPG, 0 BPG, .250 FG%, .250 3P%, 0 FT%, .694 TS%, .375 eFG %, 5 G Who is Joe Harris? Of the ten new faces the Brooklyn Nets added this offseason, they forewent the fruitless pursuit of a star in free agency, instead […]
Nets visit King’s Court in Cleveland
An excerpt from the Nets-Cavaliers game recap: Over the past 13 games heading into Friday night, Joe Johnson had scored fewer than 10 points six times, and only shot 50 percent or better three times. But against the Cavaliers, he looked more like the Joe Johnson of old, and he felt it, too. “I felt […]
What happened: The Nets beat the Cavaliers, because of course they did, 106-98. Where they stand: Still alive. The Nets are now 31-40, just a half-game behind the Boston Celtics for the eighth and final playoff spot. They’re also a half-game up on the Indiana Pacers and a full game up on the Charlotte Hornets […]
Things haven’t come easy for the Brooklyn Nets (27-38) this season, but Monday’s 122-106 win in Minnesota was as close to a cakewalk as they’ve had. Led by Joe Johnson (22 points) and Bojan Bogdanovic (21 points), the Nets offense cut through a weak Timberwolves defense, shooting 57.8 percent and notching an NBA season-high 78 […]
Tonight, in their last home game before the All-Star break, the Nets (20-28) welcome in their crosstown rivals, the New York Knicks (10-39), winners of five of their last eight. The Nets begin the day a half-game behind the Miami Heat (21-28), participants in the second game of tonight’s nationally televised doubleheader, for the all-important […]
Brook Lopez could’ve said “Thunder Up.”
Here’s your fantasy basketball steals for Week 8:
The Brooklyn Nets might look to trade their “Big 3” of Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, and Brook Lopez, according to a report from Marc Stein of ESPN. But what might that mean for the Nets? Here’s our top trade ideas — and yours. Top trade: none. I’ll be honest: none of the Brook Lopez trade […]
NEW YORK, N.Y. — It looked like it’d be all Joe Johnson once again. With a 16-point Nets lead whittled down to just three points with under two minutes remaining, it looked like “Joe Cool” would try to lead the Nets to victory once again with his late-game shotmaking. But it wasn’t shotmaking this time: […]
No one can deny that: you did in fact try. For that, we salute you.
Maybe we need a re-education in Deron Williams.