Nets Lead Celtics Wire-To-Wire, Keep Home Court

Nets Lead Celtics Wire-To-Wire, Keep Home Court

Here’s everything you need to know about Sunday night’s Nets victory over the Boston Celtics: What happened: The Brooklyn Nets made up for their 25-point loss two nights earlier to the Boston Celtics by maintaining home court in a strong 111-101 victory. Where they stand: At 3-11, the Nets are fourth in the Atlantic Division. […]

Celtics run Nets out of Boston in six second-quarter minutes


BOSTON, MA. — 75 minutes prior to tipoff at TD Garden, Nets coach Lionel Hollins was asked about the potency of the team’s lone bright spot, a Brook Lopez-Thaddeus Young frontcourt that was keeping them competitive in games despite a lack of three-point shooting. Hollins declined to answer that question. “Well, I could comment on […]

Report: Sergey Karasev wants trade


Brooklyn Nets guard Sergey Karasev wants to be traded from the Brooklyn Nets, according to an interview with SovSport confirmed by NetsDaily. Karasev’s father Vasily told Russian sports site SovSport that Karasev, who has been relegated to the end of the bench, would like to be traded if he’s not going to play. According to […]

Around the ‘Nets: 2-9!

The decisive free throws. (AP)

The Nets are 2-9. Here’s the latest news and notes from around the ‘Nets: Brook Lopez says that despite a 1-9 record (now 2-9), the Nets aren’t quitting this year… leaving little to the imagination about past seasons. A small Nets-related chuckle in Zach Lowe’s latest on “(Kobe Bryant) coughed up the ball left […]

The Nets Locked Down The Hawks On The Game-Deciding Play

The Nets walked away Tuesday night with a win. (AP)

The Brooklyn Nets have won just two games in 11 attempts this season. They lost back-to-back winnable games over the weekend, and have played two other games that went down to the final minutes. But finally, they were able to put one away. After Thaddeus Young put the Nets up 90-88 with 1.4 seconds left […]

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson SKIES for the Alley-Oop (HIGHLIGHT)

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson SKIES for the Alley-Oop (HIGHLIGHT)

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson is the most athletic player on these Brooklyn Nets, and you saw him showing off his vertical Saturday night against the Sacramento Kings, skying high for this alley-oop from Joe Johnson in the first quarter. The Nets do most of their work under the rim and on mid-range jumpers, so to see a […]

Deron Williams had his shots with Nets


Earlier this week, Deron Williams made two off-the-dribble shots down the stretch of a 107-98 Mavericks victory, later reflecting on shots like that as few and far between in his time with the Nets. “I don’t like to talk about my time in Brooklyn, but a lot of times I was in the corner waiting […]

The Glue Guys Podcast: The Nets Get A Win!


The Glue Guys celebrate the Nets first win of the season (airhorn sound effect)!!! And then ask the question whether this team should be torn down and if Billy King/Lionel Hollins should be fired. (32:20) News Around the League: Kings-Karl-DeMarcus Mess, Kobe’s last game at MSG, and Deron Williams on difference between Dallas and Brooklyn […]

Eight Points: On The Nets’ 106-98 Win Over The Houston Rockets

The Nets celebrated their first victory Wednesday night. (AP)

There are close to seven billion people on our planet Earth, and I’m willing to bet that less than half of you tuned in for Wednesday night’s Brooklyn Nets-Houston Rockets contest. The Nets, after all, had yet to win a game, and they faced a much more talented foe on the road. It seemed like […]

2 Weeks In: It’s That Bad Here — 10 Things Worth Noting


Periodically, we’ll check in on the status of how bad things are here, in honor of Joe Johnson’s priceless preseason quote. Statistical support throughout provided by This has been ugly. You won’t hear anything else, anywhere. The Nets haven’t won a game since April, they’ve collapsed down the stretch in their few winnable moments, […]