— Lenn Robbins (@LennRobbins) November 15, 2014
Every NBA team faces turmoil or minor dilemmas that potentially stunts their growth each season. Winning is the usual remedy for these unfortunate stretches, but sometimes the unfortunate reality sinks in, and the team has no choice but to accept the struggle.
Portland’s balanced top 5 makes them a real threat in the West.
If you wanted to watch Bojan Bogdanovic in tournament play before the season, I hope you tuned in this afternoon, because it was your last chance — and a great one. Despite Bogdanovic’s game-high 27 points and a heroic effort down the stretch to erase a 16-point lead, the Croatian team couldn’t stop France, falling […]
Who runs the fastest? Whose passes lead nowhere the most? Now we know, thanks to the NBA’s new optical tracking data. Using the lovely SportVU tools at our disposal at NBA.com, we can quantify a few things we’ve always kind of known in our hearts: who’s the fastest, who’s the slowest, distance traveled, rebounding opportunities, […]
BY SAM LACHOW Brooklyn Nets Breakdown Portland Trail Blazers 26-28 Record 39-18 6-4 Last 10 Games 5-5 103.0 Points scored per 100 possessions 108.6 104.6 Points allowed per 100 possessions 105.3 97.9 Possessions per game 98.0 45.1% Field goal percentage 45.0% 36.5% Three-point percentage 38.1% 47.7% Rebound percentage 51.6% 15.4% Turnover percentage 13.8% Joe […]
The perks of this Nets-Celtics blockbuster just keep on coming. Buried in a piece on Netsdaily this week is an interesting note about the Nets salary situation in 2015-16: Also, and this is a bit of a shocker: As one Nets insider put it, “By doing the deal we will go under the tax in 15-16 thus […]
Tonight: The 41-29 Brooklyn Nets kick off the second half of their Circus Trip against the Portland Trail Blazers, at the Rose Garden in Portland at 10:30 P.M. The Nets are 3-1 on the trip so far, dropping only a 101-95 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers. The Blazers return home after a five-game road […]
You wanted it? Well, maybe you didn’t. Still, you got it. Below is a visual, interactive timeline (thanks TimeToast) detailing most (but surely not all) stories from the beginning in August of this summer all the way up to Prokhorov’s Proclamation. Whether or not this is actually over, I think we can all agree that […]
Nets Post-Up is a stream of consciousness post without editing. Luckily, the author can filter profanity, possesses excellent grammar, and isn’t lazy about spelling. Basically, he’s amazing. We’ve all seen the videos of New Jersey Nets majority owner, Mikhail Prokhorov jet-skiing, mingling with the ladies, and even handling guns. To me, that screams the following […]