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, […]

Nets preseason, New York’s Marquee team, Robert Parish’s advice to Paul Pierce, and more: Morning Shootaround

Joe Johnson, J.R. Smith

Looking at Brooklyn Nets news and notes from around the web: The Nets officially released their preseason schedule a couple of weeks ago, but I hadn’t seen it until this morning. One team they’ll play twice is none other than the Boston Celtics: once home, once away. My guess? Don’t expect Pierce or Kevin Garnett […]

5 Predictions for Nets Draft Day 2013

The magical day is finally upon us: the 2013 NBA Draft kicks off at Barclays Center tonight at 7 P.M. The Brooklyn Nets currently hold the 22nd pick in the draft, but having one pick has never stopped them from drafting more than one player. Here are five predictions for tonight’s draft. All predictions down […]

Report: Nets willing to trade MarShon Brooks for late first-round pick

From Chad Ford and Marc Stein of ESPN.com: The Brooklyn Nets are trying to find a home for their 2011 first-round selection, MarShon Brooks. Sources say the Nets are trying to land a second first-rounder in return. One team to watch is the Minnesota Timberwolves. If the Wolves will give the Nets the No. 26 […]

Pundits zero in on Evans & Wallace, while the youngsters complain about their roles

by brooklyn ringo via Instagram

Let’s just say today has not been the best day for the Brooklyn Nets and their fans. After watching their team shoot 34.6% from the field on Thursday night in a 79-76 loss at the hands of the defensive minded Chicago Bulls, many writers, fans, and analysts have tried to figure out what is wrong […]

A Strange Time for Prokhorov To Diss the Team

Michael Prokhorov’s comment that the Nets are “one good player” away from being an “a really strong team” may be true, but isn’t it sort of an odd time to say that? First, some of us fans have temporarily entered into the belief — perhaps fantasy, but emotionally real — that the Nets already are […]