The Brooklyn Game and its predecessor (NetsAreScorching) have long offered grades of the players after each game. No doubt you’ve agreed with some and violently, angrily, psychotically disagreed with others. Now you can take over. We’re proud to introduce a new gizmo enabling the fans to grade each player, each game. In fact, you can […]
Brook Lopez’s defense may not be stellar, but it looks night and day from two years ago.
On the recommendation of New York mayor Michael Bloomberg, the NBA cancelled the opening night matchup between the New York Knicks and the Brooklyn Nets in the Barclays Center. It’s the right call.
Brooklyn Nets General Manager Billy King downplayed the bone spurs in Deron Williams’ ankle today, saying he’ll get it cleaned up after the season but it won’t affect his play during the season. “It’s manageable,” King repeated. “A lot of players have had them. Don’t read too much into it. It’s not that big of […]
First impressions can make an indelible impact on us as human beings. Once we have an idea of what makes a person, place, or thing, it’s difficult for them (us) to shed that perception. In sports, it’s part of the reason why players considered to have high potential continue to get second, third, and fourth […]
UPDATE: Mayor Michael Bloomberg is speaking now on the Hurricane aftermath. Confirming earlier reports, Mayor Bloomberg announced that the Nets-Knicks game on Thursday night is officially cancelled, at his personal recommendation. The Nets home opener is officially Saturday night vs. the Toronto Raptors. Bloomberg noted that the city will provide extra public transportation by bus […]
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 […]
Video below of Billy King talking about his players and the effects of Hurricane Sandy. Also, Nets players were throwing around a football at practice today. Watch around 1:20 to see Toko get affected.
On the heels of the opening night that may not happen because of Hurricane Sandy, Mikhail Prokhorov sat down with Steve Serby of the New York Post and dished it out on some of his favorite topics, and it’s everything you’ve ever wanted and expected from the Brooklyn Nets’ Russian billionaire owner. Some of the […]
Brooklyn Nets majority owner Mikhail Prokhorov doesn’t spend much time in the spotlight, but when he does, it’s guaranteed goodness. From his jet-ski tricks to his gun collection to his often-derisive tone about other players franchises, he’s always good for some entertainment value. However, it seems that those days are numbered, as Prokhorov has announced […]