Second home game in a 4-game set.
BROOKLYN, NY. — Tony Brown is not used to all the hollering he has to do during an NBA game. Following his second game as a head coach, he apologized repeatedly to the media for his gruff, hoarse voice. “I meant to tell him to suck on another lemon,” Thaddeus Young joked. In many ways, […]
The Glue Guys look at the disappointing loss against the Orlando Magic and what Andrea Bargnani’s role should be going forward. (30:15) News Around the League: Kyrie Irving nears his return, Dwight Howard’s unhappiness in Houston, and Krist-Melo’s relationship. (44:30) Killer Komparison: Ultimate Star Wars Starting Five. Subscribe on iTunes, click here
The latest in Nets news and notes from around the ‘nets: FiveThirtyEight took a deep dive into Kristaps Porzingis, coming out the other end with his closest comparison: Brook Lopez? Through all the criticism of The Trade, Thaddeus Young is the silver lining. Prior to Heat-Nets, Dwyane Wade missed Heat shootaround with an undisclosed illness. […]
NEW YORK, NY. — If good things come in threes, it shouldn’t surprise you that the Nets are 5-14. The cross-borough New York Knicks took down the Brooklyn Nets Friday night 108-91, laying to rest any talk of a regional rivalry after only 12 minutes. The Knicks made seven of nine three-pointers to close the […]
A rivalry may or not be imminent between the Brooklyn Nets (5-13) and New York Knicks (9-10), but there’s certainly a sniff of something as evidence by the national TV broadcast. But while fans are abuzz, the players appear to be over it. “I don’t know if it’s a rivalry amongst the players,” Jarrett Jack […]
Nets rookie Rondae Hollis-Jefferson is shining in Brooklyn.
Now that the NBA Finals is over and a new league champion has been crowned, we can finally devote our complete attention to all the off-court fun, which starts with this Thursday’s NBA Draft.