The Glue Guys with special guest Chris Shearn

The Glue Guys are joined by the YES Network’s Chris Shearn to talk about deep frying turkeys, his journey to YES and Chris’s one big free agent nugget. (31:00) News around the League: Howard Beck’s LeBron/Carmelo story and LeBron’s social media activity. (48:30) Mail Time: Free agent targets and which Brooklyn Nets PG is coming […]

The Glue Guys Podcast: Nets Season Preview

Nets Season Preview Podcast! The Glue Guys are joined by Devin Kharpertian from The Brooklyn Game. Topics touched on, but not limited to, whether addition by subtraction is a valid equation for the Nets, whose the team’s best point guard, reasons to be optimistic/pessimistic, and we take twitter questions from listeners just like you! Subscribe […]

Nets run out of gas in final preseason game, lose 111-105 against Celtics

In what was supposed to be a quiet finale, having left Thaddeus Young, Brook Lopez, Jarrett Jack, and Joe Johnson in Brooklyn, the Nets took part in an offensive onslaught, didn’t play much defense, and lost to the Boston Celtics by the score of 111-105. Of course, several other Nets were missing through injury so […]

Jarrett Jack reflects on Stephen Curry’s praise during NBA TV stint

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 […]

The Glue Guys Podcast: Best. Week. Ever (This Season).

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: […]

The Glue Guys Podcast: The Nets Awaken

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 […]