In Brooklyn, former Nets look back

Keith Bogans, MarShon Brooks, Kris Humphries, Danny Ainge

After their morning shootaround at Barclays Center, Gerald Wallace and MarShon Brooks were involved in a shooting contest, the final shot from about 35 feet out. As they were playing, Kris Humphries and Keith Bogans iced down various parts of their body, as is commonplace for veterans after practices. The weird part: unlike last season, […]

Joe Johnson GTD, Keith Bogans OUT vs. Sixers

Joe Johnson, Evan Turner

Brooklyn Nets guard Joe Johnson is listed as a game-time decision for tonight’s game against the Philadelphia 76ers, the Brooklyn Nets announced today. After missing five games with a quad contusion and to rest his sore heel, Johnson returned to the lineup and scored 27 points on 9-27 shooting in two games. According to Mike […]

Nets-Blazers: Advanced Box & Final Thoughts: The Reggie Evans Game, The Rotation, Deron Williams, & More

Check out the advanced box score from last night’s 111-93 Brooklyn Nets slaughterhouse here. Some final thoughts: I’ve already expounded on how unreal Reggie Evans was last night, but just a cursory look at the numbers: 37.8% total rebound percentage (40.6% on — they’re slightly different because of how the two sites calculate possessions), […]

5 Changes The Brooklyn Nets Must Make

Brook Lopez, Robin Lopez

With just twelve games left in their inaugural season in New York City, the Brooklyn Nets have clinched a playoff spot and are on their way to somewhere between the third and sixth seed in the Eastern Conference. They’ve got a talented enough roster to beat most teams in the East (the Miami Heat excluded […]

Joe Johnson OUT vs. Suns tonight

After suffering a quad contusion Saturday night against the Los Angeles Clippers, Brooklyn Nets guard Joe Johnson will sit out against tonight his former team, the Phoenix Suns. Nets guard Keith Bogans will start in his place. Though I’ve touted Bogans here many times as the preeminent fourth-fifth option on this team, I’m concerned about […]

Who’s Best With The Nets’ “Big 3”? Because It’s Not Reggie Evans

Joe Johnson, Deron Williams, Brook Lopez

While you may disagree on the order of importance, any reasonable fan, analyst, or writer would agree that Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, and Brook Lopez are the three most important players to the Brooklyn Nets. Each player serves as an important fulcrum to the lineup, which is why the Nets play sparse minutes without at […]

Brooklyn Nets: Midseason Grades

Kris Humphries, Joe Johnson, Brook Lopez, Deron Williams, Gerald Wallace

Though it hasn’t always been good, the first half of the first season in Brooklyn Nets history has been nothing if not interesting. A franchise-record start led by Jerry Stackhouse and Reggie Evans, a Coach of the Month fired less than a month later, a sudden resurgence led by an interim coach nobody expected to […]