Joe Johnson GTD, Keith Bogans OUT vs. Sixers

Joe Johnson, Evan Turner

Brooklyn Nets guard Joe Johnson is listed as a game-time decision for tonight’s game against the Philadelphia 76ers, the Brooklyn Nets announced today. After missing five games with a quad contusion and to rest his sore heel, Johnson returned to the lineup and scored 27 points on 9-27 shooting in two games. According to Mike […]

Nobody solves a problem like Cleveland

Deron Williams

Nobody solves a problem like Cleveland. The Brooklyn Nets capitalized on an opportunity to make franchise history, blowing out the Cleveland Cavaliers by the end of the first quarter and guaranteeing a winning record on the road for the first time since the Nets joined the NBA. The game was never in doubt — Brooklyn, […]

MarShon Brooks talks Life and Basketball with BCTV

MarShon Brooks talks Life and Basketball with BCTV

In an interview with Alyonka Larionov of Barclays Center TV, Brooklyn Nets swingman MarShon Brooks talks about everything from his relationship with his parents to his propensity to talk trash on the court. Also in the 7-minute interview, Brooks talks about his growth-spert in high school; going from a 5’10” point guard to a 6’4″ […]

Nets 113, Mavericks 96: Shot Charts, Mark Cuban’s Struggle Face, & Takeaways

MCSF

Check out the advanced box score from last night’s 113-96 Nets victory over the Mavericks here. A few takeaways from last night’s game: First and foremost: Check out these two shot charts. Pretty similar, right? The first is Lopez’s shot chart in his game last season in Dallas, when he put up 38 points in […]

One Year Later, Where Do Things Stand?

I was pretty panicked about the state of the Nets a year ago. And I still contend I had every reason to feel that way. The superstar defensive stalwart center the team had been chasing all year had just opted to finish the season in Orlando while indulging in a bowl of his “favorite candies” […]