Opponent: San Antonio Spurs Time: 8:30 p.m. Location: AT&T Center Watch: YES Network Listen: WCBS 880 AM Here’s a not-so-fun fact that you may have seen bandied about already: the Nets have never won a game in the AT&T Center. That isn’t entirely true, though. You see, the then New Jersey Nets won Game 2 of the […]
The Best of Devin Kharpertian While we’re all dealing with the fact that Devin Kharpertian is officially a free agent — somebody give this man the max! — it’s important to give this human the proper send-off that he deserves. Since The Brooklyn Game launched alongside the Nets’ move to New York in 2012, Devin has […]
With his better half mired in a presidential campaign, Bill Clinton still finds time for the leisurely things. This past Monday, Clinton took in the Nets-Bucks game at Barclays Center, sitting center-court courtside. Clinton attended the game with Bucks owner Marc Lasry. YES Network had a chance to catch up with Clinton during the game. […]
The last Nets NBA Finals Team: Where Are They Now? Originally posted March 22, 2013. Updated June 4, 2015.
Just that kind of night. What happened: The Nets debuted their stars-and-stripes jerseys to a loss, falling 108-100 in overtime to the Phoenix Suns at Barclays Center. Where they stand: The loss plunges the Nets further down the Eastern Conference playoff race. At 25-35, they’re now 1.5 games behind the Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat […]
It’s been a wild year for the Brooklyn Nets. Here’s some of the highlights from January 1 to today.
It was the type of game that bent narrative sideways.
Jason Collins retired .. Nobody cares!!
— Business Man (@kevjmcC) November 19, 2014
Shut up ESPN no one cares about Jason Collins retiring, he was gay and played sports big freakin whoop
— Cole Crossman (@ColeCrossman83) November 19, 2014
Why is Jason Collins retiring from the NBA actual news?
— Sergio Mata (@SergMata) November 19, 2014
Jason Collins will officially announce his retirement at a press conference at Barclays Center before the Nets-Bucks game Wednesday night.
The Brooklyn Nets love making waves, don’t they? First, it was setting the luxury tax record. Then it was signing Jason Collins. Now this:
Dear Jason Collins: Let me preface this by saying you have no obligation to listen to me. We both know that. I am a lowly editor of a local sports site that happens to cover the team that helped you make history a few months ago. You are a professional athlete, a sports icon, and […]
Jason Collins, who played on the New Jersey Nets from 2001-2008 and later joined the Brooklyn Nets, becoming the first openly gay male athlete in one of the four major professional sports, is likely to retire from basketball, moving into the next stage of his life as an ambassador for the LGBT community. That gives […]