Nets vs. Cavaliers: A (Probably) Imaginary Conversation

Tonight, the Brooklyn Nets take on the Eastern Conference-leading, back-to-back NBA Finals-appearing, and still-rocking-LeBron-James Cleveland Cavaliers for the third time before the All-Star Break. In the first two meetings, the Nets fell by the respective scores of 20 and 8 points, is another convincing win on the cards? Since then, however, the aforementioned James has […]

First place Cavaliers take on last place Nets

First Place Cavaliers Take On Last Place Nets Opponent: Cleveland Cavaliers Location: Barclays Center Time: 7:30 PM EST Watch: YES Network Listen: WFAN 101.9 FM, 660AM In a classic best versus worst scenario, the Cleveland Cavaliers will take their talented lineup to the Barclays Center in hopes of continuing their hot streak, particularly so following […]

Nets must face James, Irving, and Love before Christmastime traditions

Opponent: Cleveland Cavaliers Time: 7:30PM EST Location: Quicken Loans Arena Watch:YES Network Listen: WFAN 101.9 FM Can the Brooklyn Nets give supporters an early Christmas gift? The Nets will be facing the reigning NBA Champion Cleveland Cavaliers on the road in the second game of back-to-back after facing the Golden State Warriors last night in Brooklyn. Not exactly a recipe […]

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

TBG goes around the horn to predict the NBA season.

Video: Rondae Hollis-Jefferson continues his child-tricking ways at Nets Dribbl Basketball Camp

New Nets rookie Rondae Hollis-Jefferson has been the most visible Brooklyn Nets player by a long shot this summer, recently dunking all over a kid at a basketball camp in Monroe Township, New Jersey. It didn’t take long in the above video before Hollis-Jefferson messed with another kid, this time at the Nets’ Hamptons DRIBBL […]

Joe Johnson, Cavaliers trade talks appear dead

It looks like, as of now, the Joe Johnson-to-Cavaliers trade talks are dead, according to ESPN’s Chris Broussard. NetsDaily has the transcription of what Broussard said on ESPN, noting the Cavaliers balked at the high luxury tax payment that would have come with a Joe Johnson trade: The Cavaliers are balking right now because of […]

Eastern Playoff Watch 2015: The Nets Could Actually Clinch A Playoff Spot Today (UPDATE: So, Nope, That Didn’t Happen)

The zombie stagger towards the final three spots of the Eastern Conference playoffs is finally coming to a close in the next week, if only because the season ends in five days and SOMEONE has to earn those last three spots. If you’re a Nets fan or somehow find yourself otherwise invested in who gets […]

The Nets Beat The Cavaliers, Because Of Course They Did

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 […]

LeBron James and the Cavaliers roll into Brooklyn

The roller coaster ride continues. After dropping a disappointing 110-91 loss to the Boston Celtics on Monday night, the Nets (30-40) bounced back with a big win Wednesday, rejuvenating their playoff hopes once again. Brook Lopez put the Nets on his back for a night, scoring 34 points (16-26 FG) and grabbing 10 rebounds to […]

The Nets Were No Match For Kyrie Irving Last Night

The Cleveland Cavaliers turned an early deficit into a cruising blowout last night, a 117-92 victory over the Brooklyn Nets that was well in hand by the end of the third quarter. That third quarter was punctuated by the playmaking between Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving and center Timofey Mozgov. As you can see in […]

Nets move up in class against King James and the Cavaliers

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 […]

Nets-Knicks, a rivalry no one cares about

Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce

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 […]