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 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 […]

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson plays well in first career start against childhood hero Kobe Bryant


Chester, Pennsylvania native and Nets rookie Rondae Hollis-Jefferson had more than one reason to laugh when asked about his childhood hero, Lower Merion native Kobe Bryant. The two towns have a bitter high school basketball rivalry. When Bryant was a junior in high school, Chester dominated Lower Merion in their junior district final, 77-50. As […]

Confusion On Late Inbounds Play Dooms Nets

Confusion On Late Inbounds Play Dooms Nets

With their first potential win of the season on the horizon, the Brooklyn Nets drew up a play that was doomed from the start. More specifically, it was the spot. Or the speed, depending who you ask. “That’s what it was, a five-second call,” Hollins said. “We didn’t get it in in time. In those […]

Can the Nets beat the Lakers?


When is a win coming? After yet another poor second half showing, the Nets (0-5) dropped their fifth straight to open the season Wednesday night at Atlanta’s Philips Arena. The poor outside shooting has become a disturbing trend so far; the Nets shot just 3-for-15 behind the arc, which dropped their season percentage down to […]

Top 10 Nets Games You Should Go To, Ranked


The NBA season schedule is out, which means it’s time to mark your calendar for Nets nights. Here’s one crack at a top 10 list. The criteria, in no particular order: overall quality of opponent, interesting or fascinating players, returning Nets, scarcity of games (the Warriors coming once means more than the Cavaliers coming twice), […]

Deron Williams Season In Review: Long Gone Franchise Player


Deron Williams is the first subject of our offseason Nets In Review series. Stats: 68 G (55 GS), 31.1 MPG, 13.0 PTS, 6.6 AST, 3.5 REB, 0.9 STL, 0.3 BLK, 2.3 TOV, 38.7 FG%, 36.7 3PT%, 83.4 FT%, 50.4 TS%, 15.7 PER, 105 ORtg, 109 DRtg, 3.6 win shares The Season: The quote spread like […]

Nets and Lakers play a Sunday Matinee

March Madness is in full tilt on the amateur level, but the NBA Eastern Conference playoff race may fall under the same moniker. With less than three weeks left in the regular season, the Nets (31-40) begin the day just a half-game behind the Boston Celtics for the eighth and final playoff spot, and 1.5 […]

All-Star Weekend Set to Bring Excitement Back to Brooklyn Next Week (SPONSORED POST)


 By TiqIQ It’s been an underwhelming season in Brooklyn, but the Nets can hang their hat on the upcoming All-Star Weekend, which is set to invade the Barclays Center for the Rising Stars Challenge and All-Star Saturday Night. While Brooklyn’s Big-3 of Williams, Johnson and Garnett has failed to win in a relatively weak Eastern […]

Lionel Hollins: Kevin Garnett should be an All-Star

The pre-game questioning was over, but Lionel Hollins had one more thing to say: Kevin Garnett should be an All-Star. NBA commissioner Adam Silver had recently discussed potential expansions to the All-Star Game format, specifically expanding the rosters up from the NBA’s current model of 12. Hollins is in favor of the current model, which […]