Andrea Bargnani to the Nets: Breaking Down The Signing

Andrea Bargnani (AP)

The Brooklyn Game goes around the horn on the Brooklyn Nets agreeing to terms with Andrea Bargnani, who will sign a two-year deal for the veteran’s minimum, the second year a player option. Best-case scenario for the Andrea Bargnani signing: Devin Kharpertian: He plays 15 minutes per game, shoots ~36 percent from three-point range, he […]

Report: Nets sign Shane Larkin, their fourth point guard


The Brooklyn Nets have signed free agent point guard Shane Larkin to a two-year deal worth around $3 million, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. Shane Larkin confirms that he's joining the Nets, as @WojYahooNBA tweeted. "Very excited to be a Net," he said. "Great opportunity for me." — Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) July 2, […]

Report: Nets expected to court Lou Williams in free agency

Lou Williams (AP)

The Brooklyn Nets are one of at least four teams that are expected to chase reigning Sixth Man of the Year and unrestricted free agent guard Lou Williams, according to Shams Charania of RealGM. The Sacramento Kings, New York Knicks, and Los Angeles Lakers are also reportedly interested, as well as the Toronto Raptors, Williams’s […]

Nets trainer Tim Walsh wins Trainer of the Year Award for the second straight year

Tim Walsh, tending to Vince Carter in 2007.

Brooklyn Nets trainer Tim Walsh won the Jim O’Toole Athletic Trainer of the Year award for the second straight year, the team announced Monday morning. Prior to the announcement, Walsh’s daughter tweeted out over the weekend. Walsh’s assistants Lloyd Beckett and Ale Oliviera also won awards as top assistants in their first year with the […]

The new 76ers logo looks an awful lot like the Nets logo


The Philadelphia 76ers will release a new logo this morning, and from the early leaks, it’ll look awfully familiar to Nets fans. KL Chouinard, a writer for the Atlanta Hawks, noticed the most recent trademarks filed by the 76ers: Logos for which the 76ers filed trademarks: — KL Chouinard Hawks (@AnaheimAmigos) May 12, 2015 […]

Pacers Beat Wizards, Maintain Playoff Control Over Nets


If Paul Pierce truly hates the Nets, he left tonight’s loss with a smile on his face. Pierce’s Washington Wizards, locked into the fifth seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs, fell to the Indiana Pacers in an ugly double-overtime game on TNT, 99-95. The win helps the Pacers maintain their control over the eighth seed […]

Nets host Wizards with eye on playoffs

The finish line to this roller-coaster season is just four games away for the Brooklyn Nets (36-42), and a playoff berth is within their grasp. On Wednesday, the Atlanta Hawks threw a wrench into those postseason plans by beating the Nets for the second time in five days, winning 114-111 at Barclays Center. Despite three […]

Pacers forward Chris Copeland stabbed outside NYC nightclub

Indiana Pacers forward Chris Copeland and his wife were stabbed outside the 1Oak nightclub in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood early Wednesday morning by an unnamed suspect following a dispute, and Atlanta Hawks players Pero Antic and Thabo Sefolosha were arrested for obstructing the scene, according to an Associated Press report. The Pacers are in town to […]

Deron Williams Crosses Up Damian Lillard & C.J. McCollum (HIGHLIGHTS)

While most of the focus has been on Brook Lopez winning back-to-back Player of the Week awards, Deron Williams has sneakily strung together some big games: a 26-7-7 night against the New York Knicks, and a 31-point, 11-assist game the next night against the Toronto Raptors. Monday against the Portland Trail Blazers, his quickness and […]

Brook Lopez Named Eastern Conference Player Of The Week… Again!

Brook Lopez just can’t avoid personal accolades. For the second straight week, Lopez has been named the Eastern Conference Player of the Week by the NBA, for games played between March 30 and April 5. Lopez is the first player in the NBA this season and the first in Nets franchise history to win the […]

So, What The Hell Is Going On? A Comprehensive Analysis Of The Confusingly Red-Hot Brooklyn Nets (Full)

So, let’s get one thing out of the way: the Nets were thoroughly dismantled Saturday night by the Atlanta Hawks, a team that might present their worst matchup in the Eastern Conference. They were on the second half of a back-to-back and their fourth game in five nights; the Hawks were on three days rest […]