Vasily Karasev, Sergey’s father, has no idea what’s next for his son, but it won’t be with the Brooklyn Nets, reports Sportando. Vasily Karasev on his son's future: 'One thing is for sure, Sergey will leave Brooklyn' https://t.co/n2xysXJL1l — Sportando (@Sportando) May 24, 2016 Sergey Karasev became an unrestricted free agent for this summer after Brooklyn […]
Kenny Atkinson will dive into his first head coaching job with the Nets as soon as the Hawks season concludes, but he’ll have at least one former head coach on his bench with him.
It’s hard to imagine anyone from the Nets headed to Toronto for the All-Star Game, but at least one player will make the trip up for a secondary challenge. Second-year guard Bojan Bogdanovic will join Team World in the BBVA Compass Rising Stars Challenge to be held on Friday night of All-Star Weekend, as the […]
(AP) In a shocking move, General Manager Billy King has stepped down and Lionel Hollins has been fired, according to a statement from Mikhail Prokhorov & Nets. Although there had been rumblings that Hollins was certainly out over the summer, Prokhorov, who will be in New York tomorrow, could not wait any longer. Hollins finishes with a […]
We’ve officially reached the “throwing anything at the wall to see what sticks” part of the season, if that wasn’t clear already. Little-used backup Markel Brown, who has not played in six of the last nine games, will make the start tonight against the Detroit Pistons over struggling shooter Bojan Bogdanovic, the team announced. Bogdanovic […]
Building on a win?
The Glue Guys look at the disappointing loss against the Orlando Magic and what Andrea Bargnani’s role should be going forward. (30:15) News Around the League: Kyrie Irving nears his return, Dwight Howard’s unhappiness in Houston, and Krist-Melo’s relationship. (44:30) Killer Komparison: Ultimate Star Wars Starting Five. Subscribe on iTunes, click here
Consistency has become elusive for the Brooklyn Nets (7-17) lately after another lackluster performance against the Orlando Magic on Monday night. Done in by poor shooting (38.8 percent), sloppy play (17 turnovers), and non-existent defense (53.9 percent shooting from the Magic), the Nets inevitably fell 105-82 after being outscored 53-37 in the second half. On […]
It at least inspired a solid Chewbacca impersonation: uuuuuugggggghhhhhhhhhhhhh. It’s hardly Shakespeare, but this season is anything but storybook. The Brooklyn Nets are now 7-17 after a 105-82 loss to the Orlando Magic, embarrassed owners of the second-worst record in the Eastern Conference and fourth-worst in the NBA. “Embarrassed” isn’t my editorializing. It’s from the […]
Brook Lopez has a number of accolades in his career. Lottery pick. All-Star center. Multiple-season 20-point scorer. Max contract player. Tonight, he adds another: Star Wars Bobblehead model. Lopez’s bobblehead debuted Monday night in a Nets game at Barclays Center against the Orlando Magic. He’d gotten his first sneak peek weeks before, when the Nets […]
The Nets’ quest for three straight wins for the first time this season fell short Saturday night, despite a fourth-quarter comeback that yielded 37 points. It was a frustrating game for the Nets who had played terrific at home of late, winning six of seven entering Saturday’s game. Tonight, the Nets (7-16) welcome in the […]
Hack-A can only get you so far. The Nets staged a furious fourth-quarter comeback against the Los Angeles Clippers Saturday night, trimming an eighteen-point lead to just two in the final minutes thanks to a well-timed intentional fouls on career 41.5% free throw shooter DeAndre Jordan and some quick buckets from their outside shooters. “(Hack-A-Jordan) […]