Marks Madness: Understanding The Nets’ Draft Pick Position

Marks Madness: Understanding The Nets’ Draft Pick Position March Madness is here! The NCAA’s most profitable (for some) venture has already seen first round action. Brackets have been busted and stocks have and will rise. (Except for Lonzo Ball.) Back in the NBA, teams are gearing for playoff runs and the inevitable the-Warriors-are-in-trouble takes are […]

75 Cents on a Dollar: The Nets’ 4th Quarter Offensive Issues in Detail

75 Cents on a Dollar: The Nets’ 4th Quarter Offense Issues in Detail The Brooklyn Nets’ have lost games this season in every way possible. Some losses were soul crushing and other losses could be sensed after the first 5 minutes of the game. Even more Net losses were of the hey-that-wasn’t-that-bad variety. While they’ve […]

Analyzing the Nets’ Offensive Woes

Analyzing the Nets’ Offensive Woes Previously, I deconstructed Kenny Atkinson’s offensive system and influences in his first season as the Brooklyn Nets’ head coach. When it’s run successfully, it’s a system that gets everyone involved and works for open looks from the perimeter and easy buckets at the rim. The Atlanta Hawks, under Mike Budenholzer, have […]

The Lin-less Nets try to plug the hole at point guard against the Hornets

Kemba Walker

The Lin-less Nets try to plug the hole at point guard against the Hornets Opponent: Charlotte Hornets Time: 7:30 PM Location: Barclays Center Watch: YES Network Listen: WFAN The Brooklyn Nets picked up their second win of the season Wednesday against the Detroit Pistons, 109-101, behind the dominant play of Brook Lopez and the continued […]

TBG Player Previews 2016-2017: Jeremy Lin

Jeremy Lin

Jeremy Lin, point guard 2015-2016: 26.3 MPG, 11.3 PPG, 3.0 APG, 2.8 RPG, 0.7 SPG, 0.5 BPG, .412 FG%, .336 3PT%, .815 FT%, 78 G Who is Jeremy Lin? Essentially, Jeremy Lin is the NBA’s version of the Rorschach test. To some, the 6’3 point guard is still the player who captivated the imagination of […]

Woj: Nets chasing forward Marvin Williams

Another day, another curveball — the Brooklyn Nets are chasing forward Marvin Williams, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical. Sources: So far, the delay in getting Marvin Williams' deal complete with Charlotte: The Brooklyn Nets' pursuit of the free agent forward. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojVerticalNBA) July 2, 2016 The inclusion of Williams’ name is new […]

Nets take on Hornets before hitting the road

The Nets (15-40) got back to business on the court on Friday, beating the crosstown rival New York Knicks 109-98 at Barclays Center. Brook Lopez picked up right where he left off scoring a season-high 33 points along with eight rebounds and four blocks. Bojan Bogdanovic, as he did in the January 13th win over […]

Nets with much at stake against shorthanded Trail Blazers

The Nets’ (35-41) six-game winning streak ended unmercifully on Saturday night to the Atlanta Hawks. After beating the Toronto Raptors in a thriller the night before, the Nets ran into a well-rested and ravenous Hawks team that shot 60 percent en route to a 131-99 drubbing at Philips Arena. After a blizzard cancelled their January […]

Trail Blazers LaMarcus Aldridge, Nicolas Batum, Chris Kaman OUT vs. Nets Monday

The Brooklyn Nets will face a shorthanded Portland Trail Blazers team Monday night: the Trail Blazers will not fly LaMarcus Aldridge (left thumb sprain), Nicolas Batum (lower back sprain), or Chris Kaman (right thumb sprain) to Brooklyn when the two teams face off, the team announced Sunday. They’re already without starting shooting guard Wesley Matthews […]

Nets to begin difficult stretch against Trail Blazers… if they play at all

UPDATE: Weather did not permit. After an embarrassing three-game road trip that saw them lose the last two games by combined total of 74 points, the Nets (18-26) are back home in Brooklyn. If weather permits — a dicey proposition at this point — they’ll play the Northwest Division-leading Portland Trailblazers (31-13). Two brutal losses […]

Nets look to get back on track vs. Oklahoma City Thunder

The Brooklyn Nets (4-7) enter Friday night’s game in Oklahoma City against the Thunder on a demoralizing five-game losing streak, which by now everyone knows has followed Joe Johnson’s notorious “selfish” comments. After an exhausting and emotional triple-overtime loss Wednesday night to Jason Kidd’s Milwaukee Bucks, the Nets must quickly regroup at a venue that […]