Big Week for your Brooklyn Nets. After wandering listlessly through the schedule, struggling to score while not playing with any sense of flow or energy, the Nets bounce back with two big wins. First against the rival Knicks on their home floor. Then against the defending champions Spurs. Sure, the Spurs are without Splitter, Mills […]
On Sunday afternoon, in a 102-84 Chicago Bulls victory over the Brooklyn Nets, a video of Nets forward Kevin Garnett attempting to bite Bulls center Joakim Noah’s hand went viral. It was hardly the first issue between Garnett and Noah, who have outright said on numerous occasions that they don’t like each other, and have had numerous brush-ups in the past. Here are a few of those.
Height: 6′13″11″ Weight: 250 lbs. Date of Birth: May 19, 1976 Years Pro: 19 Before NBA: Farragut Academy High School (Illinois) Drafted: Nickname: The Big Ticket, KG – Full Stats – No longer just the great communicator on the court in the final stage of his career, Kevin Garnett has evolved into the […]
Kevin Garnett hasn’t come off the bench in an NBA game since January 27th, 1996. He’s started in 1,482 consecutive games, including the playoffs, since that day. On a related note, new Nets coach Lionel Hollins said Monday afternoon that Garnett’s “earned the right” to be his starting power forward. He’ll flank Brook Lopez in […]
Kevin Garnett still 'excited' to play for Brooklyn Nets despite Paul Pierce departure http://t.co/W4iAlX4luH — ESPN New York (@ESPNNewYork) July 14, 2014 I'm told KG's decision was never dependent on Pierce's final destination and he has remained in contact with the #nets. — Alex Raskin (@alexraskinNYC) July 13, 2014
As a teen, Joakim Noah used to have Kevin Garnett’s poster on his wall. Now, he views him as “an enemy.” In this captivating video by our partners at the YES Network, a variety of NBA all-stars describe what it’s like to play against the intense, trash-taking Kevin Garnett, especially when many of them grew […]
What had happened was: The Nets cast aside their usual uniforms and instead collectively donned a massive white flag in the final game of the regular season, which they lost 114-85 to the Cleveland Cavaliers. The game mercifully brought to an end a streak of uninspired, boring basketball the Nets largely played over the […]
Here’s a roundup of last night’s Nets festivites: What happened: The Nets thoroughly obliterated a Denver Nuggets team that is a shell of its healthy self, setting the tone early by going up 29-8 after the first quarter and never letting it get closer than 20 points in atypical Nets fashion. The Nets won the […]