The Glue Guys Podcast: The Nets Get A Win!


The Glue Guys celebrate the Nets first win of the season (airhorn sound effect)!!! And then ask the question whether this team should be torn down and if Billy King/Lionel Hollins should be fired. (32:20) News Around the League: Kings-Karl-DeMarcus Mess, Kobe’s last game at MSG, and Deron Williams on difference between Dallas and Brooklyn […]

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 […]

The Glue Guys Podcast: Burning Questions


Listener Appreciation Pod! We go through some of your biggest Nets questions (like what to do about Deron Williams and whether a Joe Johnson Trade is possible) submitted via email and twitter. At 51:30 we do News around the League: NBA Finals preview, Bad Example of Marketing Marketing Marketing and coaching changes and at 1:13:30 […]

Sandy & the Nets: “I ain’t going nowhere unless I’m swimming there”

#Storify on the affects of Hurricane Sandy on Brooklyn Nets players & staff below. Things you’ll notice: the insane flooding on Tyshawn Taylor’s block, Dallas fans & their weird obsession with Deron Williams, and Andray Blatche’s hat collection continues to impress.

Nets practice facility flooded

via Tim Bontemps of the New York Post: Because of extensive flooding around their New Jersey practice facility, the team will be unable to practice there for an indefinite period of time. It’s unclear how that will impact the Nets going forward, as the team will be unable to always use Barclays Center as their […]

Hardwood Paroxysm’s Brooklyn Nets Preview

From the section named “Jesus Christ Your Team Sucks,” by Jared Dubin: But… you’re still the Nets. You’ll never truly own the city that has had Knickerbocker-blue blood since 1946. Like the Mets, Jets and Islanders, you’ve always come second, and probably always will. Brooklyn’s hip and all, but it ain’t Broadway (to be fair, […]