Subscribe to the pod on iTunes here The End of the D-Will Era pod. We knew it was coming but we didn’t know it would be coming this soon. And yes, the Deron Williams Era was absolutely an Era. 48 minutes of Deron talk. Hit it from all sides, but mostly from a place of […]
As part of NBA TV’s playoff coverage, Nets point guard Jarrett Jack joined the NBA GameTime program last night before and after Golden State’s close Game 2 victory over Houston. The well-spoken Jack answered a ton of questions on Twitter and helped analyze the specifics of the Western Conference Finals during his appearance. The NBA […]
Subscribe on iTunes Rundown: Start What’s fueling this slight turnaround and how much it can be attributed to Hollins 20:00 The Nets best crunch time lineup 32:20 News around the League: Playoff Realignment, Chris Paul’s Referee Dust-up, James Dolan implores a Knicks fan to root for the Nets and Zelda TV Show 57:35 Killer Komparisons: […]
Big Week for your Brooklyn Nets. After wandering listlessly through the schedule, struggling to score while not playing with any sense of flow or energy, the Nets bounce back with two big wins. First against the rival Knicks on their home floor. Then against the defending champions Spurs. Sure, the Spurs are without Splitter, Mills […]
Summer League is over, Free Agency is nearly wrapped up, and it is time to focus on what matters most: Mascots. We want you to get involved! Tweet out your suggestions for who the next Nets Mascot should be with the #MyBrooklynMascot. Rundown: Start: Goodbye Paul. Hello Bojan! 18:45: Did Paul Pierce and Deron Williams […]
NBA Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver refuted a claim in CBS Sports that the NBA and the National Basketball Player’s Association have a long way to go before reliable testing for human growth hormone (HGH) can be achieved, but acknowledged there were still significant hurdles to overcome before anything can be put into practice. Silver says […]
Mark your calendars, folks. The NBA will unveil the complete schedule Tuesday at 3pm on NBATV. We already know some tentative games, like Nets in Cleveland to open the season and Nets vs. Heat for the home opener, but nothing else is official. That, of course, will change on Tuesday. And I’m excited.
The NBA introduced the Twyman-Stokes “Teammate of the Year” Award today, an annual award recognizing the league’s “ideal teammate,” and Brooklyn Nets guard Jerry Stackhouse is a finalist for the first-ever winner. Stackhouse joins finalists Luke Walton (Cleveland Cavaliers), Andre Iguodala (Denver Nuggets), Jarrett Jack (Golden State Warriors), Roy Hibbert (Indiana Pacers), Chauncey Billups (Los […]