Welcome Coach Hollins! #NetsMediaDay is officially underway. pic.twitter.com/n7OB8q4hzL — Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets) September 26, 2014 Media Day 2013: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, Championships, Welcome Home Kidd, Lavish Cookies & Nets-Branded Water. (No, seriously — they had Brooklyn Nets-themed drinking water. Expiration 2015.) Media Day 2014: Soon-to-be-deserted practice facility, Rutherford, tempered expectations, an old-school coach and an […]
After seasons of 49 and 44 wins, the purely predictive ESPN’s Eastern Conference Forecast ranked the Brooklyn Nets to finish 8th in the conference with a 39-43 record, barely making the playoffs. Do they have a point? The same core as their 49-win 2013 expansion squad will anchor this 2015 Brooklyn team: Deron Williams, Joe […]
Joe Cool. The Armadillo Cowboy. Joe Jesus. Joe Johnson has been the most consistent Nets player throughout his time in Brooklyn, in play if not in moniker. Every other starting spot is racked with questions, but Johnson is entrenched. But there’s one question that could help fill the rest of the starting lineup: Should Joe […]
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Nets general manager Billy King has never been shy about making deals, and knows that it’s a possibility that they’ll move into the draft once again. “We’re still talking about acquiring a pick if possible,” King said after the team’s free agent camp Wednesday, before later clarifying. “Generally, you don’t know […]
It’s hard to consider two teams rivals when they have no discernible provincial rivalry geographically, they have only met once in the playoffs — in the first round, no less — and they share a grand total of zero NBA titles. But the New Jersey/Brooklyn Nets and Toronto Raptors are rivals of sorts, and it […]
The Nets have a lot at stake Wednesday night: with four potential games affecting their seeding, there’s still a chance they could be the fifth seed or the sixth seed, and face either the Chicago Bulls or the Toronto Raptors. It’s a little complicated, but here’s a quick breakdown below of all the possibilities.
Mason Plumlee’s development has been one of the bright spots in Brooklyn this season. He plays well within his limitations, which are as follows: he can run, he can jump, he can dunk, and he can listen. He hasn’t scored outside of the paint all season, doesn’t try to force bad shots, and has been […]